Following in the footsteps of the acclaimed tapas restaurant El Gate Negro, the resurgence of King Street as a shopping and leisure destination in Manchester continues with the recently announced arrival of Suri; a modern new restaurant and bar serving Mediterranean food, inspired by the rich cultures of the Middle East.
The concept has been developed by Andrea George, a prolific property consultant turned restaurateur: She says, “For many years I have wanted to open a Manchester restaurant of my own, after having worked closely with other operators coming into the city. I have been waiting for the right site and location to deliver this concept and I’m extremely excited to finally be announcing the arrival of Suri. King Street is the ideal destination for us, located in the heart of the city’s business and leisure district.
The name Suri is taken from the Persian word meaning Red Rose, representing the restaurant’s ethos that beauty extends through our entire dining experience, from the aesthetics to dishes.
The menu offers a diverse selection of plates, using local suppliers, served in a relaxed and informal style to encourage a sharing culture, along with a carefully crafted drinks list for people to enjoy at the bar or while dining.
“Set across two floors, Suri simply represents our passion for the vibrant and diverse dishes of the Mediterranean, to which we have lovingly added inspiration from the rich cultures of the Middle East.”
The management team behind Suri have announced an opening date of early March 2017. To register interest to find out more about the exciting launch and future news, visit surirestaurant.co.uk.