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Italian eatery to open at Spinningfields

Published on October 23rd 2007.


Strada

Strada is to bring its contemporary styled Italian eatery to Spinningfields. The new restaurant and cocktail bar opens its doors on Monday 29 October on the banks of the River Irwell at Leftbank.

Maximising its riverside location, Strada will feature outdoor seating offering an al fresco option for both business lunches and leisurely dinners.

Strada is also offering diners a sneak preview of its menu on Friday 26 October, when it will host a complimentary tasting session between 12 and 2pm. The tasting session is a drop-in event and is open to the public.

Strada General Manager Alesh Mlatilik said: “We wanted to create a local Italian restaurant in Spinningfields that offers rustic and authentic dishes at reasonable prices. Our new restaurant in Manchester offers diners a contemporary riverside setting for both lunch and dinner, but is also perfect for business lunches and functions.”

Strada’s menu offers rustic, traditional dishes from the Amalfi region of Italy including hand-made pastas with fresh sauces, chargrilled meat and fish dishes, risotto, traditional hand stretched pizza and classic Italian desserts.

Signature dishes include seared yellow tuna (tonno nizzarda), fillet of beef with a creamy shallot and peppercorn sauce (filetto di manzo al pepe verde) and Risotto Primavera.

Strada serves purely regional Italian wines, as well as beers, spirits and cocktails. Every table receives complimentary bottled purified water.

Strada will be open from noon-11pm, Monday-Saturday, and noon-10.30pm on Sundays.

We’re offering readers the chance to win dinner at Strada worth £100, in celebration of the grand opening. To enter the competition, please click here.

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