Projects / Mamucium Restaurant & Bar, Manchester
Mamucium is operated by award winning Chef Andrew Green and located on the ground floor of Hotel Indigo Manchester.
The hotel embraces a fusion of two very different types of building – the historic existing Grade II listed buildings connected at each level to the new build 14 storey extension that incorporates the Mamucium cafe, bar and restaurant.
The interior design sought to connect these two buildings by neither being traditional nor contemporary and there is a seamless flow between them with references to Manchester’s Victorian and Industrial past.
Mamucium sits within the new tower section of the building so seeks to combine the traditional materials of the old building and fusing it with the modern architecture of the interior. The 120-seat restaurant is indigenous to the local area so guests are well aware that they are at the gateway to the Northern Quarter, serving a menu of classic, locally sourced food, with a Northern spin.
The restaurant’s centrepiece is a stunning, feature curved bar with beautiful fluted leather and brass concave uprights to its frontage and a solid stone top bar with an open theatre kitchen in the heart of the space. Warm woods are used to the floors and tables tops with plush leather upholstered banquettes and comfortable dining chairs filling the space.
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