Thackeray’s, the fine dining restaurant situated in the iconic 17th Century home of Vanity Fair author William Makepeace Thackeray, is centre stage after revamping the restaurant, renovating the building and transforming the upstairs event spaces.
Here are some of Cumbria’s best foodie haunts to celebrate British Food fortnight, each using ingredients in their menus from the region and around Britain. As one of the UK’s most diverse counties for produce, Cumbria is the ‘place to be’ for those wanting to try the best of the British larder.
The deliciously crafted pieces by Executive Chef, Anthony Marshall, will be centre of attention at the heart of elegant Mayfair. The menu includes a stunning handmade mandarin praline ‘handbag’ and coconut macaroon, both influenced by one of the most acclaimed fashion designers, Karl Lagerfeld.
Most loved by guests are Japanese influenced dishes such as blackened miso cod with charred stem broccoli and wasabi mayonnaise but Chef Ashkay’s favourite is his smoked scallops dish. It truly reflects the restaurant’s concept, the harmony and fusion of tastes from every corner of the world, with ingredients from more than 7 different countries!
Dakota Grill, situated in the new luxury boutique hotel, Dakota Manchester, has unveiled a pop-up cocktail bar on the restaurant terrace, the perfect sun trap…
The Bill’s Restaurant & Bar located at Manchester’s Trafford Centre has now re-opened after undergoing a stylish makeover.
The concept rests on customers embarking on a 2 hour interactive taste travel to connected countries and places within a Journey of their choice.