Modern British cuisine rubs well-seasoned shoulders with a variety of succulent grills and international dishes on the menu at Brassica Grill. Stockport has welcomed this honest gourmet restaurant ever since restaurateur Paul Faulkner (Manchester’s The Modern, Zinc, and Albert Square Chophouse, London’s Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge and OXO Tower) set up shop along Shaw Road in Heaton Moor. With a carefully chosen, seasonal menu (including a very tempting and very affordable prix fixe menu), people are flocking to Brassica Grill from around Greater Manchester.


Brassica Grill’s fixed price set menu is a great way to explore what this Stockport restaurant’s considered, gourmet offering is all about. Choose from two or three courses, from noon to 7pm, and expect nothing but locally-sourced ingredients. With Brassica Grill, down Shaw Road in Heaton Moor, you can find the best of British with an international set of inspirations at work in the kitchen.


Brassica Grill’s a la carte menu is equally down-to-earth, with a strong showing of the grilled meat and vegetable dishes that are this Stockport’s restaurants forte, and a similarly strong demonstration of how Faulkner can capably marry British cuisine with international flavours and textures.  Brassica Grill’s popular grills keep the kitchen busy down Shaw Road, and the restaurant is already well-known among Heaton Moor locals for its 28-day aged steaks and chops, sourced from premium suppliers and proudly displayed separately from the mains. When it comes to these, Loch Duart salmon, Icelandic cod, Goosnargh chicken, and High Peak spring lamb are evidence of the attention that Brassica Grill pay to what makes it to table.