Give us a bottomless brunch and we’ll be yours forever, so when we heard that New Century was launching one, we realised we’d have to devote ourselves to it.
The brand new breakfast menu at New Century comes with the option to go bottomless whilst you brunch, as Manchester’s most exciting social destination ramps up the heat for its first official summer.
New Century is giving guests the option to go bottomless when they brunch, from Saturday 15 July. Priced at £30 per person, the New Century bottomless brunch will take place every Friday from 12pm – 4pm, and every Saturday and Sunday from 10pm – 4pm. Plus, for to celebrate the launch New Century are giving the first Bottomless Brunch guests £10 off across the opening weekend (email email@example.com to book).
For £30, guests going bottomless will enjoy 90 minutes of free flowing prosecco, house lager, and a brunch dish of their choice. Those who fancy an even boujee-er bottomless experience can upgrade their brunch to include Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Bellinis, Espresso Martinis, and Breakfast Martinis, for an additional £5. The Breakfast Martini is the latest addition to New Century’s fabulous family of cocktails and is made with Tanqueray, lemon juice, and marmalade.
Vietnamese cuisine heroes Banh Vi have created three delicious takes on the traditional bánh mì baguette, which are sure to go down a storm in the morning. Choose from the Egg Banh Mi or the the Smoked Mushroom Banh Mi, all served on a warm demi baguette with spicy ketchup.
Gujarati street food concept The Spice Yard will be hotting things up with their brand new Indo-British fusion breakfast plates. First up on the roster is The Spice Yard’s Full Indian, which consists of a masala omelette, spicy baked beans, crispy potatoes, onion bhaji, and Indian bread with chilli butter.
There’s also The Spice Yard’s spin on the classic bacon sandwich – Indian bread filled with bacon, sweet chilli sauce, lettuce, tomato, and a garam masala and coriander dressing; and the Poha, a traditional Indian breakfast made with flattened rice cakes and potato tossed in mustard seeds, curry leaves, and topped with peanuts.
Manchester pizza giants Wild by Ply will be transporting guests over to the Amalfi Coast with their Italian-inspired brunching options. Choose from Bruschetta, or an Antipasti Board, packed with toasted focaccia, Italian deli meats and cheeses, sun dried tomatoes, grilled artichokes, mozzarella cheese.
Brunch wouldn’t be the same without a fry up; so keeping it traditional is burger and steak legend Tallow, with its Tallow Full English – Frosty’s Grandma’s Sausage, crispy smoked streaky bacon, homemade ham hock black pudding, crumpet, hash brown, spicy baked beans, butter roasted portobello mushroom, plum tomato, fried egg. For those fancying a quintessentially British brunch, there’s also a bacon, sausage & egg crumpet on the menu.
Places for bottomless brunch must be booked here, and guests will have the table for two hours.