About Opus One
Casual dining in the city centre
By day, Opus One in the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel is a relaxed spot for a business lunch or shopper’s coffee break. By night, it becomes a shimmering space lit by pink neon lights that offers a contemporary bar menu and cocktails.
Opus One is a modern restaurant situated in Manchester’s landmark 19th century Free Trade Hall. Inside, you’ll find soaring ceilings, bespoke furniture and comfortable seating designed to help you unwind.
Before dining, you can enjoy a champagne or cocktail at the stylish colonnade bar.
Contemporary bar food
Opus One serves satisfying bar dishes with quality British regional ingredients at their heart.
The menu can vary, but typical mains could include British Beef Burger with Lancashire Bomb Melted Cheese, Black Pepper Crusted Rib-Eye Steak, Pan-Fried Stone Bass with Kaffir Lime and Penne with Cherry Tomato Creme.
Desserts could include Eton Mess, Warm Bramley Apple Crumble and Colston Bassett Stilton & Barber’s 7 Vintage Cheddar with Pears. There are also special menus for vegans and children.
A range of beers, wines and spirits are on offer, plus an intriguing cocktail list.
City centre transport links and attractions
The restaurant is based in the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel in Manchester city centre. The Opera House Manchester and the Palace Theatre are both within walking distance, so you could enjoy a drink and dinner at Opus One beforehand.
The nearest taxi rank is a five-minute walk away on Byrom street, opposite the opera house. Deansgate Station is a 10-minute walk away and Manchester Victoria Station is 20 minutes distance.