Would You Try Duck Doughnuts?
Celebrate the best of Calatan cuisine at new Manchester restaurant Tast Cuina Catalana
This Catalonia kitchen transports you to Northern Spain where you and your friends will be sharing small plates called ‘tastlets’ and sipping on some world-renowned wines this summer.
Get ready for foody surprises when visiting Tast! If you’re after something different, make sure you try these dishes…
‘Dunk’in Donut’: fois gras filled mini white choclate and raspberry doughnuts.
‘Espinacs a la catalana’: spinach with raisins and pine nut ice cream.
‘Calamarsets Farcits’: stuffed baby squid with egg and tomato.
For the less adventurous, there are some great sharing plates to dig in to with friends; and no, before you ask, it’s not tapas – we’re in Catalonia here so it’s ‘tastlets’. The red pepper croqueta and the chicken drumsticks with tiger prawns are some safer, equally delicious, options.
Taking sanctuary on King Street, Tast’s menu is curated and overseen by multi-Michelin star chef Paco Pérez. Head chef at Tast is Catalonia-born Miquel Villacrosa, a former head chef at Restaurant Cinco in Berlin. The Catalonia-born chef grew up in a small mountain town where he helped out in his parents’ restaurant and is all set to give Manchester a taste of his delicious dining.
Tast will be set over three floors (a casual dining and bar area on the ground floor, a first-floor dining room and a second floor with private rooms offering a tasting menu) to satisfy all us Manchester foodies.
Book your table here or call 0161 806 0547.
Tast opens on Friday 20th July, on 20-22 King Street Manchester, M2 6AG.
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