Looking for things to do in Manchester?
There is so much amazing food and drink in Manchester City and surrounds, the vast majority is independent restauranteurs, cafes, chefs, cookery schools and foodies. Hand in hand with the regeneration of the city has gone a food revolution, and you can find everything from street food, cuisines from every corner of the globe and vegan cafes alongside speciality roast coffee and Thai food to die for.
During the Industrial Revolution, large numbers of Irish migrants arrived in Manchester, followed by European Jews fleeing persecution in the 18th and 19th century. Arrivals from the Caribbean and South Asia followed World War II, preceding waves of migrants from former colonies in Africa, such as Asians from Uganda and Kenya.
These arrivals have transformed the economy, the culture and the foodie landscape of the region. This can be seen from Manchester’s “curry mile” in Rusholme, its Chinatown, the vibrant Northern Quarter, the “gay village” along Canal St, and many East European delicatessens as well as the increase in cookery schools, offering travellers the opportunity to learn how to cook from from around the world.
For younger children/teenagers and an adult – an afternoon working as a team along with our chef to create a meal. You will prepare a main course, a pudding and a side dish and then enjoy your meal together in the company of others in our dining room.
Cost is £140 for an adult and child. Classes run Monthly and are a great way to spend quality time together and the added bonus is that the washing up is taken care of!
Many of us love fish, rarely cook it at home or stick to the same recipes. We’ve created a series of three different fish cookery classes to help you introduce fish into your everyday cooking as well as for entertaining. Get Dad to embrace his local fishmonger, learning what to look for and what to ask for.
From Europe to Thailand, Japan to Sri Lanka – we’ve got a class to suit you, taken from chef’s travels. we have been lucky enough to meet Chochaba Harper a Thai chef who grew up in Thailand and has been in the UK for many years teaching cookery classes. Jason Palin our resident chef has taught all over the world teaching cookery classes – he loves nothing more than sharing his tasty delights with guests, his philisophy is come as guest, leave as a friend.