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The Confidential Dinner at Rosso

The Confidential Dinner at Rosso

In Association with Colourfield Gallery

Thursday 9 October, 7pm

Great company, plenty of wine, and a fantastic, fine-dining autumn feast. Next Thursday night, this is where you want to be.

The Confidential Dinner at Rosso is a must for lovers of authentic, seasonal Italian cooking.

You’ll be served five stunning courses: stuffed quail…buffalo ricotta ravioli…wild boar…torta caprese…and chestnut leaf-wrapped Tuscan cheese (with vegetarian options too).

Plus good Italian wine to get the conversation flowing.

The dinner celebrates the launch of the Michael J Ashcroft exhibition ‘Reflections of Manchester’ – his beautiful paintings will make the dramatic Rosso dining room even more special. And Rosso have agreed to donate all proceeds to Confidential’s charity of choice, Nordorf Robbins.

It will be a fun, relaxed night of food, art and good chat. Why not come along?

Tickets including 5 courses and lots of wine are just £45. Book now before they go.


The Menu

Half bottle of wine per person

Boneless quail stuffed with fresh fig and toasted pine nuts, served with a treacle reduction and a mixed seed granola
Funghi (v)
Charred country-style bread with truffle oil, wild mushrooms and shaved crutin goats cheese

Basil scented pasta parcels filled with buffalo ricotta and smoked provola mousse, tossed with nut brown butter, fava beans and sage

A cutlet of wild boar served over spiced red cabbage with bramble scented pan juices and presented with a mini game ragu with hotpot potatoes
Involtini (v)
Grilled ribbons of aubergine and zucchini filled with blush tomato and buffalo mozzarella set over a spaghetti fritter with a spiced bean ragu

Torta Caprese
Chocolate and hazelnut cake with home preserved cherries and amaretti clotted cream


Occelli in foglie di castagno – a Tuscan cheese wrapped in chestnut leaf served on a charcoal cracker with a shot of Sangue di Giuda (Judas Blood)

Rosso Restaurant & Bar,

43 Spring Gardens, Manchester, M2 2BG. Open seven days a week, midday till late.
T: 0161 832 1400
E: enquiries@rossorestaurants.com
W: www.rossorestaurants.com


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