Best Restaurants in Spinningfields

Spinningfields is the largest commercial district in Manchester, home to many of the city’s most popular restaurants, bars, and shopping destinations. This makes it a dream day out in the city – with plenty to do, why not add a brunch in Spinningfields to the list?

While you’re out on a shopping spree, catching up with friends, or looking to sample the finest food Manchester has to offer, check out our top brunch spots in Spinningfields. With lots of different cuisines to try, and ambiances to enjoy, we’ve picked a range of locations to suit however you’re looking to brunch.

20 Stories Manchester

20 Stories Manchester

If you’re looking for a brunch spot in Spinningfields with a rooftop with 360 degree views of the city, 20 Stories is the place to be! With bottomless drinks flowing every Saturday from 12 til 4, you can indulge in bottomless Aperol Spritz and a welcome break from brunch classics – instead you can add an elevated food option to your brunching, choosing from seared sea bass, roasted squash, chargrilled sirloin steak, and more! With in-house resident DJs soundtracking your weekend with house music, you’ll have the best brunching background sounds.

Musu Manchester

Musu Manchester

Musu Manchester specialises in Japanese cuisine, with special tasting menus that change seasonally for the ultimate unique experience. With an extensive sushi menu, Musu is a great spot if you’re looking for delicate fish and a premium offering. Enjoy the expertise of classically trained Chef Andre Aguiar, with fresh ingredients and carefully curated cocktails.

Blues Kitchen Manchester

Blues Kitchen Manchester

Famed for it’s live music, Blues Kitchen Manchester plays host to live bands every night throughout the week, with music ranging from blues, R&B, and soul. It provides the perfect ambiance to a night out with friends – if you’re just looking for cocktails, they provide all the classics, and if you’re looking for a full meal, you can find snacks at the bar and a full menu in the restaurant. If brunch is on the cards, you can choose from small plates like chicken wings and popcorn squid, or if you’re looking for something more substantial, you can enjoy brunch classics like buttermilk pancakes or indulge in their burgers or salads.

The Lawn Club

The Lawn Club

Come to The Lawn Club for bottomless brunch every day! With three outside spaces (the pergola, the lawn, and the terrace), all with heating and covered roof – to protect from the Manchester weather! – you can experience the lively atmosphere the space has to offer. Bottomless brunch includes 2 courses and bottomless drinks, including prosecco, mimosas, cocktails and selected beers, for 90 minutes. If you’re looking for a themed brunch (ABBA, Girls Aloud, and more), The Lawn is the place to be.

Peter Street Kitchen

Peter Street Kitchen

Serving an interesting fusion of contemporary Mexican and Japanese cuisine, Peter Street Kitchen is an ideal spot, located inside the Free Trade Hall. Awarded the prestigious ‘Best Luxury Restaurant in the UK’ in 2019 and ‘Best Culinary Experience’ in 2022 at the British Restaurant Awards, Peter Street Kitchen is a fine choice for those looking for an elevated, luxurious meal in Manchester. Indulge in the special hibachi experience, where you’ll be given numerous ingredients (including yellowfin tuna, sliced ribeye, and crispy king prawns) to cook over a grill. Or select from the a la carte menu, from which you can choose A5 grade Japanese wagyu, gyoza tacos, and more. Enjoy selecting from the bar menu, where you can order from a multitude of cocktails, including 3 different flavours of martini, fruity sparkling drinks, or classics over ice.

Thaikun Manchester

Thaikun Manchester

Thaikun offers an escape to Thailand through its delicacies straight from the streets of Bangkok. From classics like green curry, to prawn tom yum, to authentic Thai iced tea, there’s plenty to dig in to. Each dish is handpicked by the chefs to bring a taste of authentic Thailand to Thaikun’s Mancunian visitors. If you’re looking to add a touch of spice to your day out in Spinningfields, why not check Thaikun out?

Banyan Spinningfields

Banyan Spinningfields

Not only does Banyan have an extensive list of mains and cocktails, but is also perfect for a bottomless brunch in Spinningfields! Whether you’re looking for a brunch classic like avocado and poached eggs, or the “to indulge” section of the menu catches your eye and you’re looking for something along the lines of bang bang chicken fried rice, or a rustic ciabatta steak melt, Banyan has plenty to choose from. With two hours of time on your bottomless brunch clock, there’s a chance for you to sample lots of cocktails!

Adam Reid at the French

Adam Reid at the French

Winner of BBC’s Great British Menu, and 4 AA rosette chef, Adam Reid has chosen Spinningfields as the location of his namesake’s restaurant. With a frequently rotating menu, this establishment is the perfect Spinningfields spot if you’re looking for a fine dining experience. As well as the delicious food, The French is also famed for its immaculate service.

The Ivy Spinningfields Manchester

The Ivy Spinningfields Manchester

First opening in the West End over 100 years ago, The Ivy is known worldwide for its modern cuisine and popularity with celebrities. The Ivy at Spinningfields is comprised of both The Ivy and The Ivy Asia, which is located on the second floor of the building and serves Asian inspired dishes and cocktails. If brunch is on the agenda, The Ivy serves a selection of sweet and savoury dishes such as Eggs Royale and buttermilk pancakes at weekends and bank holidays, alongside The Ivy classics which include pan fried sea bass with shrimps and steaks.

Comptoir Libanais Manchester

Comptoir Libanais

Specialising in Lebanese, North African, and Middle Eastern dishes, Comptoir Libanais is a great spot in Manchester for brunch. With a range of mezze platters featuring baba ghanuj, falafel, and hommos, as well as grilled meats, tagines, and burgers, there’s plenty of food options to choose from. Finish with something sweet from the dessert menu – mango and vanilla cheesecake, baklawa, orange and almond cake, and chocolate tahina mousse – the perfect way to brunch in Manchester.

Scene Indian Street Kitchen

Scene Indian Street Kitchen

Scene encourages a sharing attitude when it comes to food. Specialising in authentic Indian food inspired by the street vendors in India, it’s a great location for a meal in Spinningfields. Whether you’re playing it safe with a chicken tikka, or want to sample more authentic dishes, such as the desi dhaba options, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy from the outdoor terrace, or inside surrounded by the bright, plush interiors

La Bandera

La Bandera

Hailing as one of the best Spanish restaurants in the UK, La Bandera is a multi-award winning restaurant specialising in Spanish cuisine. Choose a tapas to share, or opt for our favourite, the bottomless brunch. Available every day of the week, La Bandera’s bottomless brunch offering includes 90 minutes of bottomless cava or beer and three tapas plates, or choose the premium offering and add a choice of cocktails, house wines, and sangrias into the mix.

Blue Eyed Panda

Blue Eyed Panda

If you’re on the hunt for a delicious Chinese meal in Spinningfields, Blue Eyed Panda should definitely be on your list! Serving all the classics you’d expect from a Chinese restaurant, you can also order food for takeaway, if you want to enjoy your meal at home or al fresco.

Bill’s Spinningfields

Bills Spinningfields

Bill’s started life as a greengrocers, expanding to what is now multiple restaurant locations across the UK. The perfect “people pleaser” spot, you’ll find something on the menu to suit many tastes – burgers, meatballs, steak, and pie, as well as multiple plant-based options. Bill’s weekend brunch is available Saturday and Sunday until 5pm, but if you’re looking for something to do on a weekday, they’re serving bottomless pancakes from 3pm-5pm.