Parmesan patties, mushroom, ketchup and baby leaves (£4.00). Very tasty, zingy, moist cheesy little burgers. I've not had a better veggie burger, but then I don't often order them. I would definitely get these again though.
Mexican gazpacho, wasabi and avocado (£6.00). A seriously good, fresh and flavourful dish; a taste sensation!
Nick’s meatballs with hyssop, baked apricots and tzatziki (£6.00). Another contender for my favourite dish of the night, the meatballs lovely pink and melty. Again, they know how to make everything just taste good. It's as simple as that. It's that Rogan magic again.
here.) You can totally spoil a beautiful space with terrible music that's incongruous to the setting.
Deep fried prawns,mango and chorizo marmalade (£8.50) Rather boringly I have to report that this was a fabulous dish as well. Loved the texture.
Chicken wings in pomegranate, molasses, chives and sepia noodles (£6.50) Mrs B liked this one. It wasn't my favourite of the night.
Chocolate hazelnut pavlova (£7.00) was as you'd imagine, but better, rich and creamy.
Meanwhile, I was hearing a lot of happy noises from Mrs B about the Passion pudding and coconut rice (£6.50). I loved it too.
On the strength of this, it's become my favourite Manchester restaurant after The French, and I can see us visiting a lot more often.
Price: Good value for the food on offer.
Service: Very good, friendly and informal.
Atmosphere: A beautifully realised interior.
Star dish: Mexican gazpacho, wasabi and avocado.
Soundtrack: Come into my garden: Minnie Riperton.