Flowers are blooming, blossom and buds are appearing on trees, and the days are (finally) getting longer. All that means spring is coming, and today we’re unveiling our mouthwatering new spring menu.
El Gato Negro has been voted ‘Best Restaurant’ at City Life’s 2019 Awards at the Deaf Institute, an annual event with the cream of Manchester’s entertainment scene
As the leaves change colour and the days draw shorter, Chef Patron Simon and Head Chef Antony have introduced our new restaurant menu, celebrating flavours and techniques which are perfect for the time of year, all using the very best ingredients.
We’re thrilled to announce Antony Shirley joined the El Gato Negro team as Head Chef in September. Antony and Simon worked together in Harvey Nichols and they’re excited to be joining forces again.
Awarded Manchester city centre’s only Bib Gourmand in the 2019 edition of the prestigious Michelin Guide, we’re delighted to have secured a hat-trick
Get ahead of the crowd and make your group booking now to ensure you’ve got your Christmas party sorted well in advance! Group bookings are now open for Christmas 2018. Secure a table for your party now, and enjoy a brilliant festive get-together at El Gato Negro!
King Street Festival is here again, and we’ll be operating an al fresco pop-up all weekend, serving a selection of popular dishes and some special drinks too!
Introducing Canto, a new restaurant in Ancoats from Simon Shaw and the team behind El Gato Negro Tapas. Modern Portuguese food and drink in a relaxed, casual neighbourhood setting. Opening in Ancoats, Manchester in autumn 2018.
As the weather warms we’re introducing some sizzling hot new Sunday deals. Build your own option for two: enjoy our meat or vegetarian sharer boards, add an exclusive a roast meat of the day, and select a pair of matching cocktails!
We’re delighted to welcome the esteemed Catalan winemaker Alfredo Arribas to El Gato Negro on Monday April 9th for an evening event showcasing his wines, paired with a 5 course meal created especially by chef patron Simon Shaw. Tickets are just £65 per person