Manchester’s beloved Six By Nico is finally vegan-friendly with its new Greece menu

And it's still six courses for just £37.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 5th September 2022

Popular Manchester restaurant Six By Nico has, for the first time, launched an entirely vegan tasting menu.

The Spring Gardens spot changes its themed menus every six weeks, offering six courses for just £37 per person.

The latest instalment takes customers to Greece, with dishes inspired by classic cuisine like Moussaka, gyros, and baklava.

Six By Nico has always offered alternatives for pescatarians and vegetarians as well as other dietary requirements, but has incorporated fully vegan dishes.

Plant-based diners can enjoy swaps like a potato-based espuma instead of cheese, delicately stuffed baby courgette in the place of sea bass, and glazed aubergine with smoked baba ganoush and barbecued cucumber.


Meat-eaters will face a menu full lamb belly and sausage, crispy squid, and chicken breast with crispy confit potato.

Six By Nico’s new menu has been created to celebrate all things Greece, from the Olympic Games to the ancient mythology.


Andy Temple, chief creative officer at Six by Nico Restaurant Group said: “You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d been transported to a little piece of heaven on earth with our latest menu.

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“Every dish iconic of the mainland and islands is bursting with flavour, including gyros, olives, feta, olive oil, tzatziki, meze, and baklava, to name a few.”


The tasting menu is priced at £37 per person, with an extra £30 charged for a flight of paired wines.

The Greece menu launched on Monday 29 August and will be available until Sunday 9 October. You can make a reservation at

Featured image: Six By Nico