In the midst of a handful of new, exciting openings in Manchester, it’s been announced that a brand new Thai spot is coming to town, bringing delicious cuisine inspired by North-East Thailand.
Introducing a ‘sharing dining concept’ for guests to tuck into together, Neon Tiger will use the “Baan Yang” (Thai for “Grill House”) method of cooking, creating tasty dishes smoked over a live fire resulting in bold flavours and beautiful smokey meats.
Joining the likes of Crazy Pedro’s and Dishoom on Bridge Street, the new bar and kitchen is set to be the go-to destination for vibrant cocktails and nostalgic Thai dishes – with stunning plates on the menu including coconut curry noodles, traditional skewers cooked over charcoal, and bright, colourful salads. On the cocktail menu, guests can expect flavours that pack a serious, summery punch, including rhubarb, melon, pineapple and grapefruit.
The Northern Quarter’s Ad-Hoc Wines will be getting in on the action, too, curating a special wine menu that aims to showcase some of the finest organic and natural wines from around the world, which will perfectly accompany the stunning flavours of the bold dishes.
Ben Morris, Co-Founder of Neon Tiger, said: “We love this city and are looking forward to bringing what we think will be a new F+B experience to Manchester. Neon Tiger was born from our obsession with classic neighbourhood bars, incredible wines and exciting cocktails.
“Food-wise we have taken inspiration from some of our favourite restaurants like Kiln, Smoking Goat and Temper in London as we have always been massive fans of this style of BBQ and think that the bright and bold flavours you get from these dishes would shine in a more relaxed and bar focused space. Most of all we hope to have created a welcoming and comfortable environment for people to come and try some delicious things.”
Neon Tiger will open on June 8th, but til then, stay tuned right here for more details of the new venue.