Steak & Lobster is now on the menu at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Free Trade Hall Manchester.
The city-centre restaurant offers diners a simple choice between the two eponymous main course. The steak is a 10oz rib-eye served with garlic and chive butter and the lobster is served whole. Both come with a bowl of fries and a dress salad and sell for a set price of £15 a head.
The 80-seater restaurant features an interior of soft lighting and dark woods aimed at creating an informal dining atmosphere. More covers can be served in clement weather on the terrace.
Steak & Lobster is a collaboration between general manager Stephen Miles and head chef Neil Armstrong.
Miles commented: "The Free Trade Hall is steeped in history. These roots that have become our DNA and are inherent to our day-to-day life at the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Free Trade Hall Manchester. It's this that enforces our passion to create new and unique experiences for our guests. We have created a new destination concept in Manchester; somewhere that you can simply indulge and enjoy."
The dining concept at Steak & Lobster follows an emerging trend towards menus that provide limited choice. A recent example is Mark Hix's most recent opening, the Tramshed in Shoreditch, which serves only steak and chicken.
By Janie Manzoori-Stamford
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