Impossible Manchester Restaurant and Gin Bar Review

Impossible Manchester Restaurant and Gin Bar Review: October 2017

The beautiful, bold, Be – Impossible Manchester, located in an enviable position on Peter Street, have opened their theatrical doors, that has a 280 cover bar and restaurant space, a gin possible nest and the theatre of dreams, which awaits your arrival.

Décor was an eclectic mix of the quirky, unusual and the contemporary.  With a mix of high ceilings with decadent chandeliers, chrome accessories, lanterns, wood tree bases and retro records.

We began our journey with a classic porn star martini shaken up with Russian standard, butterscotch liqueur, passion fruit, vanilla, pineapple and lemon finished with some fizzy prosecco.  Let tasty taco time comment with the Greek Good filled with feta, avocado, black bean and salsa rossa.  also, the Asian Spice stuffed with silken tofu, cucumber, Chinese leaf spring onion, chilli, soya and ginger.  Also, loving the lush handmade crispy duck spring rolls with plum and schezwan sauce.

Mains included the brilliant beer battered cod and chips with a dollop of mushy peas and tartar sauce.  The super sticky halloumi salad with edamame beans, peanut and sesame seeds was an ideal light bite.  All made even better with the arrival of some creative cocktails including the lovely refreshing sipper cooler and the Godfather Sour with fabulous four roses yellow label, disaronno, egg white, lemon and angostura bitters.

Deliciously devilish desserts included the crafted chocolate pave with salted caramel, peanut butter powder and ice-cream.  Also, the cherry parfait with bakewell granola, poached cherries and popping candy.  Both washed down with the lush lavender 75 blended with Tanqueray, lemon, homemade lavender honey and prosecco.  My fav cocktail Hugo the Chameleon aka the colour changer…just wait and see!

The Gin marvellous magnificence started at the telephone box, take the call or you will never know and see where it leads you – to a den of devilish delights.  Five words; Gigantic Gorgeous Gathering of Gins.  The Gin possible hidden nest is a hub of gintastic comfort in an sophisticated, but cosy Canadian log style cabin retreat.  Set on the mezzanine this dreamy hideaway have over 63 different gins and the gin machine, a cryogenic freezer which freezes spirits to minus 74 degrees to form edible frozen cocktails.

Our gin master, showed his flare and skill setting up our sorbets of gin sin, with the Lady Rhoden’s Fella Repella.  A lip-smackingly chilled way to taste test some fabulous gins in an innovative style.  The Boston tea party was sheer bliss and a must try.

Dine, Drink, Dance, Don’t Dream, but instead Do…go along and make it possible!

Thank you for reading 🙂

Melanie xx

 

36 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5GP.

http://be-impossible.com

0161 661 0103

info@be-impossible.com

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56 thoughts on “Impossible Manchester Restaurant and Gin Bar Review

  1. I am loving that there are so many vegetarian options! I really love the sound of both the feta, avocado, black bean and salsa rossa and the Asian Spice stuffed with silken tofu, cucumber, Chinese leaf spring onion, chilli, soya and ginger.Delicious.

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  2. This looks like an awesome place for a night out, interesting, quirky and just a little bit different. We only get back to the UK once or twice a year and always look for special things to do when visiting my mum in Manchester. This is now top of the list for our next trip.

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  3. Oooo I got invited to this place to review but I don’t really do food and I wan’t free so I had to decline. Look absolutely amazing though! I’m not a huge gin gal but the food looks great.

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