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Samsi
36-38 Whitworth St
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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Manchester's New Samsi is a well established restaurant widely agreed to serve 'the best Japanese food in the North West', to quote the Manchester Metro. The basement is home to Samsi Express, a modern space designed for casual eating, and a colourful Japanese supermarket. Upstairs, traditional dugout style seating lends itself to slightly more formal dining. Here an exciting menu lists a huge range of dishes from every corner of Japan. The teriyaki dishes are highly recommended; the sushi fabulous. New dishes are frequently introduced. A weakening of the Japanese Yen has kept prices low, making the New Samsi experience excellent value. You'll find the original Samsi in Cheshire.

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