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Menus at MUSU

A meal at MUSU is a must.

There’s nowhere else like it in Manchester. 

If you love Japanese food culture or appreciate fine dining, this is somewhere that you simply have to try.

But with all the different dining options available, choosing the menu that’s right for you can be tricky. A word of reassurance, they are all sensational.

Let Confidentials guide you through…


The Omakase menu is unlike anything else in the city. In fact, it is the only one of its kind outside of London. Your own private sushi master leads you through each course, seated at the Chef’s Table. This isn’t a meal, it’s an immersive experience for those who love sushi. 


The Kaiseki menu is a seven or eleven course tasting menu, curated by Head Chef, Michael Shaw. It’s a seasonal journey through the flavours and techniques of Japanese cuisine with a vegetarian version also available. Accompany the menu with a wine pairing, or even a premium wine pairing, for the ultimate in luxury.


The Sentaku menu is the MUSU a la carte menu and can be everything to everyone, with a myriad of options. Order a few light dishes along with a glass of wine or create your own eclectic multi-course feast of Japanese imagination. You can choose your favourite ingredients and dishes to create a three-course meal that’s as individual as you are.

A few home-made pickles, some sea bass sashimi and a Japanese craft beer could be the perfect relaxed evening. Or, it could be just the start. Why not Start with MUSU style nigiri and chicken yakitori skewers, followed by miso black cod for your main and finish with one of the opulent signature desserts. Looking to take your tastebuds on a journey? Add optional extras from the sushi menu to complete your experience.


The Subayai menu is an introduction to MUSU luxury. It’s a zippy lunchtime set menu where you can enjoy MUSU’s take on Japanese high-end cuisine. Perfect as a business lunch or a bit of lunchtime luxury at a lower price point.

Which of these infinite possibilities is going to be part of your visit to MUSU?