Find this good Pan-Asian restaurant in a huge hanger-like building - set over 3 floors - close to Manchester Stadium.
The complex also houses a bar - Cinnabar - the whole has been described as 'Extravagantly outfitted" and this is very much an understatement.
On the food front, an extensive menu, with excellent choices for vegetarians, offers starters such as 'Grilled Queen Scallops with Herbs, Garlic Butter & Fresh Coriander & a Micro Salad'; 'Satay Kai - grilled marinated chicken skewers with herbs, with toast & Cashew Nut Sauce'; 'Pia Thod - crispy spring rolls with sweet & sour sauce'; 'Thai Fish Cake'; 'Achari Chicken Tikka' - plus various soups and a selection of sushi.
With 'Karai Fish'; 'Rock Lobster with Black Pepper Sauce & Truffle Oil'; 'Panang Nue - spicy sliced beef fillet in a curry sauce'; 'Deshi Lamb Curry' and 'Kheang Keiaw Waan Jay - Thai Vegetable Curry with Tofu, Bamboo Shoot & Sweet Basil Leaves' listed among the mains.
The sweet-toothed might be tempted by 'Sweet Sticky Rice Steamed with Coconut Milk, with Ripe Mango'; 'Chocolate Mousse' or 'Fruit Salad with Wild Honey & Raspberry Sauce'.
- Food Style: Pan Asian
- Lunch: Sun-Fri; set L about £18 (but this needs asking for when booking); mains about £15 to £20 (including rice)
- Dinner: all week; set D menu £18 (but this needs ordering when booking); mains about £15 to £20 (including rice)
- Wine: a well-chosen, comprehensive, list has modest mark-ups
- Nearest station: Dean Lane Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Parking: Yes, 300 spaces
- Closed: L Sat; check Christmas openings
- Air conditioned