Filthy Cow, a new burger restaurant, is set to open in Manchester next month.
The 105 sq m, 71-cover venue will serve a short menu, including simple burger options made from locally-sourced, prime beef; skin-on chips; slaw; and onion rings; plus milkshakes, craft beers, and a weekly-changing wine menu.
Owned by Manchester-based chef Jordan Gallimore, the site will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and will also offer a take-away service.
The interior décor will focus on a neon-lit, "farmyard industrial" design, featuring natural-look wood, exposed brick, chrome and steel.
Gallimore has said that she hopes the new site will be the first of many for the brand, which intends to challenge what she calls London's "milking of the limelight" when it comes to burger openings.
Backed by two Manchester business owners, the concept has been created in collaboration with a local development chef who worked on the menu. Gallimore herself has worked front of house in similar-style restaurants and also as a chef in busy Manchester sites including Sam's Chophouse.