About Peter Street Kitchen
Following the, nowadays popular formula of combining Japanese and Mexican cuisine with a contemporary twist (think Nobu and Sushisamba), Peter Street Kitchen is a sleek and modern space filled with adventurous dishes in a sophisticated setting.
Focusing mainly on small dishes, you can expect the likes of tuna sashimi, salmon tartare, wagyu beef and a selection of tempura from the Japanese pickings on the menu. When it comes to the Mexican aspects this restaurant has incorporated, you’ll find, crab tostadas, chicken tacos and mezcal-glazed ribs.
Given that everything comes in small plates, you have the freedom to pick and choose between the two popular cuisines with ease, but it would be wise to go for something from each to get the full experience. All the Japanese dishes are cooked on the in-house hibachi grill, to give it that extra authenticity and every dish comes to your table beautifully presented.
Before you head to the main part of the dining room to enjoy your meal, stop off at the equally as stylish Rikyu bar area to enjoy one of its unique signature cocktails. Try the Kyoto Sour, Fuji Miso Sour or Robata Colada with pineapple, coconut cream and lime. Sake, Mezcal and Tequila also feature heavily on the menu. If you don’t plan on staying long, a small selection of the main restaurant dishes are available to order at the bar too.
To finish your meal go for the chocolate bento box or passion fruit brulee with coconut sorbet and umeshu jelly.
Located right in the centre of Manchester, you’ll find both corporate and casual diners alike enjoying everything Peter Street has to offer. As part of the same group behind Monmouth, Mayfaiir and Leicester Square kitchen, Peter Street is a safe bet for a great quality, but interesting meal in the heart of Manchester.