Wednesday 2 April 2014

Beef and Pudding, Manchester.

It would be no exaggeration to say that in 'foodie' circles, the arrival of Beef and Pudding into Manchester city centre is one of the most anticipated openings of the year. I made a booking for one of the first available slots on the first night, this Friday. Then I got an invite for one of the 'soft opening' days. As a general rule, I will no longer be reviewing 'comped meals', in fact I turn down most already. But I couldn't resist going to check it out yesterday. With that in mind, I won't be reviewing it as such, I'm literally having my cake and eating it, by offering you a photo 'preview' of what I had. (Most people just skim the text and look at the pictures anyway, I know I do.)
It has a great position in terms of footfall.
Tatton ale.
"DRIPPING PIG RIBS Rare breed bacon ribs - black treacle & chilli glaze (£5.95)"
"DUBLIN BAY PRAWN THERMIDOR Organic spinach & garlic toast (£9.95)"
"CRISPY TRIPE Lancashire cheese & pickled onions (£5.95)"
“BLANC” Fresh crab, from the North Wales coast, pink grapefruit, mayo (£7.95)
"NEARLY A PIG’S EAR! Andy Holt’s black pudding - pig cheek - lentil & Tatton ale gravy (£7.25)"
TEMPURA MONKFISH CHEEKS Tandoori mayo and our own lime pickle (£8.95).
Dessert plank.
See the fully paid review here.
See the menu here

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