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Mala Secret Garden Has Transformed Into A Wintery Alpine Village Especially For Christmas

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan - Editor of Secret Manchester

Mala Secret Garden Has Transformed Into A Wintery Alpine Village Especially For Christmas

There’s something charming about Mala that already lended itself well to the season of wonder. Its twinkling lights and curiously winding foliage are festive in a way that can be enjoyed all year round – but, that itself wasn’t enough for the Secret Garden’s team this Christmas.

Adding boughs of merriment and Christmas cheer to the place ahead of the winter season, the beautiful Northern Quarter escape has become a glistening winter village, with alpine touches aplenty and tons of cosy corners to take refuge in this winter.

Credit: Mala

From homely throws to comfy cushions, there’s plenty of warming finishings to enjoy this winter, including the addition of tons of mesmerising fairy lights, a large, sheltered indoor space with skis and other alpine nods, and of course, a very, very festive menu to enjoy.

Serving up an array of seasonal favourites, guests will be able to take the chill off with drinks such as Glögg mulled wine with cognac and port, mulled wine with apple and cranberry cider, and a seriously decadent hot chocolate topped with toasted meringue, marshmallows and Kinder Happy Hippos.

Credit: Mala

If that wasn’t all, Manc favourite Salt & Pepper will be joining the venue’s fantastic food roster, which currently consists of Chakalaka NQ, Mule, House of Habesha, Ply Squared and Crumbled.

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