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NEW: Salvi's To Open MCR's First Rosticceria

Mauricio Salvi to open take-away or eat-in Italian on John Dalton Street

Written by . Published on January 27th 2015.


NEW: Salvi's To Open MCR's First Rosticceria
 

SO Maurizio Salvi is at it again...

The new Salvis rosticceria is based on an Neapolitan takeaway and will provide very fresh flavours for eating on-site or for take-away. 

Having brought Manchester a wonderfully exact taste of the Campania region of Italy with Salvi's Mozzarella Bar at the Corn Exchange, and more recently on John Dalton Street with Salvi's Cucina, he's now to open a rosticceria also on John Dalton Street.

The rosticceria will operate from the former MUG coffee shop unitThe rosticceria will operate from the former MUG coffee shop unit

So we asked Maurizio Salvi what exactly a genuine rosticceria was...

Apparently it's, "Un esercizio commerciale pubblico dove è possibile acquistare e consumare cibi caldi, soprattutto, tipicamente arrosti (da cui il nome); le pietanze vengono consegnate per l'asporto o per essere consumate in loco. Poiché di solito si tratta di pasti veloci, normalmente sono allestiti anche un bancone con sgabelli o altro, oltre ai tradizionali tavoli con sedie."

So we asked him again and he said:

"The new Salvis rosticceria is based on an Neapolitan takeaway offering fried pizza, arancinas, polpette (meatballs), cannelloni, lasagne, focaccia, Neapolitan panini, paidina, rustici (little fried parcels with hams, ricotta and so on with fillings), calzone fritti, croquettes, zeppole (fried seaweed in batter), pizza, pasta, and lots of specials too. It will provide very fresh flavours for eating on-site or for take-away. Then in the evening it will turn into an Italian aperitivo bar."

The rosticceria will be two doors up from Salvi's Cucina, the two premises separated by an old fashioned photographic shop - the prosciutto in a Salvi's panini so to speak.

The unit was formerly MUG coffeeshop which closed after less than four months of trading.

Salvi's Rosticerria will open in February.

Mauricio Salvi and his mumMaurizio Salvi and his mum

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15 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

AnonymousJanuary 27th 2015.

glhf

AnonymousJanuary 27th 2015.

How original, another Italian!

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AnonymousJanuary 27th 2015.

How original, another comment!

AnonymousJanuary 27th 2015.

Salvi's is Manchester's best Italian, this will be fantastic I know it.

Anna GrahamJanuary 27th 2015.

Proper Italian this. Glad to see it's become even more successful. San Carlo can't even compare itself to this place

Charles CohenJanuary 27th 2015.

I know this is a bit off topic, but I wish someone in MCR would open a Chicago style deep pan pizza joint. You know the one, tangy sauce on top and acres of stretchy cheese underneath. I know it's not really Italian but I'm sure it would go down a storm. We're similar to the windy city, supposedly second best but everyone knows we're hipper.

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rinkydinkJanuary 27th 2015.

Manchester is nothing like Chicago ha ha ha

Charles CohenJanuary 28th 2015.

I meant as in being regarded as a "second city". But it doesn't matter sweetheart, fuhgeddaboudit.

JoanJanuary 27th 2015.

Wonderful. It's nearly February.

AnonymousJanuary 27th 2015.

Che bello. Quello che ho sempre voluto vedere a Manchester. Spero che il cibo sia buono e vero.

AnonymousJanuary 28th 2015.

Doesn't Maurizio have. 'Z' in it?

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Jonathan SchofieldJanuary 28th 2015.

Yes

pollolocoJanuary 29th 2015.

great news....excellent operation.

AnonymousJanuary 29th 2015.

Good news this. Best Italian in the city.

Jennifer Bowers-CarlinFebruary 25th 2015.

Fantastic . Great to see maurizio opening up another venue . Food fantastic . Staff always helpful .

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