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The Most Inventive Restaurants in the North West

6 years ago

Looking for something different, something quirky, something a bit off-piste? We’ve got you. From ‘sequences’ (not ‘courses’, that’s too establishment) of plankton pomada to crisped fermented turnip and Kentucky fried potato… if you’re looking for rump n chips you ain’t gonna find it here… unless you want it desiccated and served in a submarine.

Here’s a few of our favourite boundary-pushing restaurants from across the North West and a bit into Yorkshire. Prepare to be amazed… and baffled.

  • Eel as served at Jöro - the Nordic-inspired, acclaimed restaurant in Sheffield.
    Book Now South Yorkshire


    Restaurant - Scandi

    Offering Nordic-inspired fine dining inside a shipping container, Jöro has secured accolades galore, including a clutch of AA Rosettes and Michelin Bib Gourmand.

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  • A dish served at Roski restaurant in Liverpool from MasterChef winner Anton Piotrowski
    Georgian Quarter


    Restaurant - Modern British

    Roski is a wild child of a restaurant from MasterChef: The Professionals winner Anton Piotrowski.

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  • Pumpkin pie at Where The Light Gets In

    Where the Light Gets In

    Restaurant - Modern British

    With no menu and esoteric wines, Where the Light Gets In doesn’t adhere to the typical fine-dining formula. But it’s been a success for Stockport, thanks to chef-patron Sam Buckley’s belief in doing things his own way.

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  • One of the dishes served at Vice & Virtue: A Confidential Guides recommended restaurant in Leeds city centre

    Vice & Virtue


    At Vice & Virtue, cocktails are a savvy delight, the tasting menus are a sprightly revelation – and it would be a sin not to appreciate both.

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