Just a mere eight months since Another Hand opened its doors on Deansgate Mews, it’s become the latest Manchester eatery to find itself in the esteemed Michelin Guide.
The accolade comes after the restaurant was awarded Best Newcomer at the Manchester Food and Drink Awards after a great year for chefs Julien Pizer and Max Yorke.
The restaurant will sit alongside other Manchester restaurants including Erst, OSMA and El Gato Negro who all feature in the coveted guide. Another Hand is the 11th entry for Manchester, further cementing the city’s stellar reputation as a destination for dining.
Another Hand is credited for its “appealing array of sharing plates which champion produce from local, ethical growers”. The restaurant is also praised for its “bubbly” service style and buzzing atmosphere in which guests can sample low intervention wines and craft beer alongside the food.
On the menu, there’s a range of dishes for both daytime and evening dining. For example Another Hand offers grilled sandwiches at lunch with fillings such as lamb merguez, cured ham, smoked beef and goats curd.
As day turns to night, and another hand transforms into an after dark fine dining eatery, guests can enjoy the likes of Chalkstream Trout served with smoked turnip, burnt apple dashi and radish, as well as Aromatic Chopped Lamb with chilli, ginger and coriander.
You’ll also find a range of produce on the menu from independent Manchester-based businesses, including; Polyspore, Cinderwood Market Garden and Littlewoods Butchers.
Another Hand is hidden away on Deansgate Mews, one of the city’s most welcoming streets full of independent bars, eateries and event spaces. The restaurant joins venues such as Low Four Studios, Dormouse Chocolates and The Mews, creating a strong community of traders in the heart of the city.