TNQ chef Anthony Fielden is one of the city’s unsung culinary heroes – producing beautifully balanced dishes from impeccably sourced ingredients. Fish is invariably a great choice here. All this attention to detail (and some spot-on service) makes the Northern Quarter Restaurant, an airy stripped down space, a beacon among the burgerlands. Watch out for wine themed gourmet dinners.
The normal wine list offers some gems, too, such as the melony, peachy ‘Te Awa’ Leftfield Albarino from Gisborne in the North Island is £7.70 a glass (£32 a bottle).
Their terrific Sunday roast offering was a runner-up in the 2013 Observer Food Monthly Awards. Choose from
rump of Cheshire beef, leg of Cjesgire beef and Barry Pugh's suckling pig, each accompanied with garlic & rosemary potatoes roasted in beef dripping, carrot & swede mash, buttered cabbage, honey & wholegrain roasted parsnips, truffle cauliflower cheese, Yorkshire pudding and plenty of gravy.