Chotto Matte, St Michael's Manchester Outdoor Terrace, Relentless, p Truth PR

The restaurant will sit at the top of a 180,000 sq ft office building. Credit: via Truth PR

First glimpse of St Michael’s rooftop restaurant

Japanese-Peruvian fusion outfit Chotto Matte is due to open early next year as part of the £400m Gary Neville-led Manchester mixed-use scheme.

Neville’s Relentless Developments and Chotto Matte parent Nikkei have released the first CGIs indicating what the 20,000 sq ft restaurant will look like.

The restaurant will be located on the top floor of No1 St Michael’s, the 180,000 sq ft office building Relentless is delivering with KKR.

Chotto Matte will feature an open sushi counter, robata grill, table-side torched sushi, lava stone features, and graffiti-inspired artwork.
The interior design will be led by Superfutures director Andy Martin.

Kurt Zdesar, co-founder and owner of Chotto Matte, said: “We are delighted to be working with Gary Neville and his incredible team to launch Chotto Matte in the much anticipated St Michael’s development, immersing the brand in the dynamic and burgeoning food scene of Manchester.

“The CGIs provide a real insight into the unique rooftop location of the restaurant. It’s fantastic to mark the first UK launch of Chotto Matte outside of London with this site and gives us a new opportunity to showcase our concept to a wider audience.”

The wider St Michael’s development also features a 41-storey tower that Relentless has teamed up with Salboy to build.

This part of the scheme will feature 217 apartments and a further 75,000 sq ft of office space, as well as a 162-bedroom five-star W branded hotel.

Chotto Matte, St Michael's Manchester Sushi Area, p Truth PR

The sushi area at Chotto Matte. Credit: via Truth PR

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Good effort, i hope others will incorporate similar ideas into their designs. Otherwise its simply a waste of potential useful space.

By MrP

Restaurant prices only a Premier League footballer could afford ?

By Francis

Should it be a McDonalds @Francis?

By Anonymous

@Francis what’s the issue? It’s literally a prime location in the city centre that part of a luxury development

By Anonymous

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