New Year's Eve is a magical night, if you choose the right venue. This year, avoid the weeks of head-scratching followed by a last minute panic by booking in somewhere you know will be good.
This is an ideal celebration for families and friends. Excellent food in a landmark building that can't help but feel special
The Hilton Hotel is one place that knows how to do a big occasion. In its Deansgate Suite, they'll be hosting a New Year's Eve event that ticks all the boxes: glittering, glamorous, and with a real sense of excitement.
Then you'll be seated for a decadent four-course dinner prepared by the same team as the hotel’s award winning Podium restaurant.
Head chef David Gale consistently turns out outstanding food, even on the busiest nights of the social calendar.
Expect a fabulous dinner, not conveyor belt-style banqueting. The menu is detailed below.
The atmosphere will be relaxed and sociable, with a big build-up to the chimes at midnight. After you've toasted in the New Year, there'll be more dancing and drinking with a DJ until 1.30am.
This is an ideal celebration for families* and friends. Excellent food in a landmark building that can't help but feel special.
Tickets cost £59 per person including the drinks reception and four course dinner. And Confidential readers receive a free half bottle of wine per person when they book before 14 December 2012.
To take advantage of this offer, just call 0161 870 1600 and quote 'Manchester Confidential'.
*This event is for people who are 18+.
Cream of White Onion Soup
Served with toasted Lancashire rarebit
Potted Prawn and Lobster Terrine
Served with a smoked salmon rosette,
lemon crème fraîche and Caspian pearls
Warm Crispy Wrapped Goat’s Cheese,
Rosemary and Honey Roulade
Served with a roasted fig jam
Roast Rib-Eye Steak
Served with truffle potatoes,
shallot purée, wild mushroom
fricassée and a sweet madeira jus
Truffle Potato Pie
Served with baby vegetables, shallot
purée and creamed forest mushrooms
White Chocolate and Vanilla Panna Cotta
Served with a cranberry and hazelnut wafer
Freshly Brewed Coffee and Mince Pies
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