A brand new pop-up restaurant is making ready to welcome diners this month, stealing the title of Manchester’s highest eating area.
Located 100m excessive, the restaurant will sit eight metres above 20 Tales in Spinningfields, providing panoramic views of the town’s skyline.
The challenge will see the duo behind Greater Floor take over the penthouse flats at Moda Angel Gardens, on the sides of the Northern Quarter close to Manchester Victoria.
Greater Floor was beforehand positioned within the previous safety cabin on stilts at Kampus, reverse Canal Avenue.
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The residency is led by Joseph Otway, who was previously head chef at Stockport’s acclaimed The place the Mild Will get In and has additionally labored at Copenhagen’s Michelin-starred Relæ, and Richard Cossins, previously common supervisor at Fera at Claridges in London and New York’s Blue Hill Stone Barns restaurant, the place the pair met.
With solely 4 dates out there, the restricted sequence is a part of the Manchester Meals and Drink Competition programme for 2020.
Friends must e book tickets upfront – on the evening, they’re going to be welcomed with a drink earlier than sitting all the way down to a four-course meal with paired wines.
Components will probably be sourced from throughout the north west – together with sea buckthorn from Pomona Island.
As soon as the pop-up finishes, Greater Floor will probably be transferring over to Ducie Avenue Warehouse for October, filling the area left vacant by Bistrotheque again in February.
Moda Angel Gardens is without doubt one of the metropolis’s latest and most luxurious condo complexes, with its personal rooftop sports activities pitch and cinema room.
Tickets for the Moda + Greater Floor Penthouse suppers are priced at £100 per individual and are on sale now at eventbrite.co.uk/e/moda-higher-ground-supper-club-tickets.