Another staple is ‘testunabe’ gyoza – a Hakatan version of gyoza, filled with pork and served in a sizzling tetsunabe cast-iron skillet, a dish only served this way by Shoryu in London and now Manchester. Other dishes that feature on the menu are a range of tempura, sashimi, and yakitori.
Sake features prominently on the new Shoryu drinks menu and will include a large range of Japanese inspired cocktails, made with sake, whisky and umeshu.
The Yuzu Mojito is a mix of strawberries, lime, mint and sugar with white rum and yuzu citrus umeshu over crushed ice. Japanese beers such as Kirin, Asahi and Musashino Craft Beer will also available.
The interior features an alfresco dining area, an open kitchen and a mini dining pod for smaller groups. A relaxed bar area, and intimate sake lined dining area with white tiles and brick work decoration creates a light, welcoming, and relaxed atmosphere