The Botanist Manchester Deansgate Review: January 2018
No need to be a scientist to study the beauty of plants, head on down to the beautiful Botanist Deansgate, and get back to nature, for an exciting horticultural adventure in a secret garden paradise.
Décor is relaxed, natural with a cool, calming mix of cream, light green and pastel colours, stripped woods, quirky bare bulb lighting, charming cabinets full of curios, plants and posters of plant life. A true home away from home feel about the place.
The theming continues throughout the dining experience, but is classy, subtle and useful. Cutlery, salt & pepper pots, napkins and menus are presented in this wonderful wooden garden basket. The fabulous floral plates also add to the charming quirkiness.
The sensational starters included the gorgeous green olives marinated in extra virgin olive oil, homemade houmous board with crudites and fougasse bread, all presented in…
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