Cotton Factory residents Peru Perdu put a South American spin on Christmas Dinner.
This Christmas, the Cotton Factory will take away the stress of the perfectly timed turkey roast and the pressure of impressing extending family members by hosting the most important meal of the year with their newest residents, Peru Perdu.
Or perhaps the students of Manchester who can’t travel back to their towns, cities and countries are looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate the big day?
This December 25th, diners can expect to see an exciting South American twist on Christmas classics such as Brussels sprouts, stuffing and flaming Christmas pudding.
For only £50, the festive deal at the Cotton Factory includes a warming glass of mulled wine on arrival, a 3-course meal and ½ bottle of Malbec per person.
For starters, hungry elves can choose between tiger milk chicken, ceviche or green papaya salad, followed by a ‘traditional’ roast chicken (halal), roast beef or roast Chimichurri cauliflower & all the trimmings essential to a delicious Christmas dinner.
Peru Perdu will switch up the classic Christmas pud with mince empanadas, dulce de leche cheesecake and a quirky half roasted pineapple – truly a treat for foodies this Christmas.
The Cotton Factory bar will also remain open every single night in December from 12:00 – 22:00, even Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. The bar’s own little helpers will be treating guests to mulled wine and minced empanadas right up until New Year’s Eve.
The Cotton Factory is Manchester’s first permanent residency restaurant and will continue to have an ever-evolving food and drink offering, showcasing cuisine from all over the globe with an abundance of pop-up feasts in collaboration with up and coming new food traders.
The open kitchen remains at the heart of the restaurant, allowing diners to watch the chefs in action from the chef’s table. The open plan seating area gives customers the option of booths, benches, or the fourteen seat private dining room.
An extensive wine list featuring a number of South American wines from Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay has been curated specifically to compliment the menu. For those who prefer a cocktail, the South American theme will carry across from the restaurant to the Cotton Factory bar with a range of signature Peruvian Pisco Sours available at both.
Named after the mill it calls home, The Cotton Factory was created by The Initiative Group to enable up and coming food traders to feature, offering exciting new food and drink menus in the 78-cover restaurant.
While The Cotton Factory food traders will continue to change as each residency comes to a close, the main concept will always be to deliver great quality food, drink and music, with events and parties hosted by the team throughout the year.
The Initiative Group, the team behind the Cotton Factory, is originally from France and have launched and managed an eclectic range of hospitality outlets from five-star hotels to nightclubs in London and across the world over the last decade.