Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay
Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay is the first Manchester restaurant from the sweary TV chef, and follows the opening of his Bread Street Kitchen & Bar in Liverpool last year.
Located within the walls of the old Midland Bank on King Street, Lucky Cat Manchester has an art deco interior, and includes three private dining rooms, each reflecting a different element of the building’s history. The most show-stopping is the Vault; a beautiful metallic silver room where the most valuable items were once kept.
The original Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay in Mayfair has been described as ‘an iconic global culinary destination’. The Manchester Lucky Cat hopes to follow in its footsteps (or paw prints) with its Asian-inspired menu of small plates, Robata grilled dishes, sushi and sashimi.
Dishes are designed to be shared and include options such as monkfish tempura, bonito fried duck leg bao, rare breed sirloin steak and roasted lobster. For dessert there’s coconut sticky rice, chocolate tofu (with varying cocoa percentages to choose from) and the signature Lucky Cat truffles. Private dining room menus are also available from £100-£160 per person.
Open for lunch, dinner, and late-night cocktails, Lucky Cat Manchester is in high demand so we recommend booking a table well in advance.