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Evuna Originated in 2002 as a fine wine house with a main interest in importing Fine Spanish Wines from Boutique wineries. In November 2003 Evuna Deansgate was born with one vision to bring the people of Manchester the many hidden gems of the amazing diverse country that is Spain. To complement our amazing wines we brought the best chefs from Madrid to russell up an eclectic mix of Spanish dishes ranging from tapas to full banquets with anything in between.
At each location we also offer a wine merchant service where customers can take their favourite wines home with them by the bottle or buy the case, along with monthly wine tastings. In our small shop area you can browse our offers whilst enjoying a glass of wine and some tapas.
Evuna is a fine Spanish restaurant situated on Manchesters most prestigious street, Deansgate. Our main restaurant aims to offer you the finest in Spanish food and drink with food ranging from tapas to a la carte, originating from the central regions in Spain. Our signature dish is Seabass baked in rock salt which is fabulously filleted at the table, and all our produce is cooked fresh daily on the premises.
To make a reservation at the restaurant, please call 0161 819 2752, or email using the button below.
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Manchester. M3 4EN
Tel: 0161 819 2752
Early Diner Deal
Mon-Sat3 tapas for £9.99. Mon-sat 12.00 to 18.00....AND... Glass of wine £3.50 (normally £4.50)!
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All Week£20 & £25 per head banquets available for 6 people or more.
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I have been to Evuna 6 times now, the most recent on Saturday 10 October. I love the place. 5 out of 6 times I have visited with a largish party and we have had the banquet which is fantastic. The other time I had a tapas starter and a main course but the banquet is by far the best option. The only problem is forcing yourself to stop eating when you are full because there is so much lovely food and the paella is lovely!
The wine, while not cheap, is very good too. We have two bottles of the Alaina(sp?) on the most recent visit as they were excellent.
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