I’m drooling already.
Our lives in lockdown may have been pretty uneventful so far, but things are finally looking up – because Manchester’s much-loved grilled cheese restaurant Northern Soul has announced that they’ve re-opened in the Northern Quarter. Hallelujah!
Announcing the terrific news in an Instagram post, the cheesetastic restaurant will be serving up the good stuff at its first-ever site on Church Street, which was recently transformed into a brand new deli stocked with grab-and-go sandwiches and pastries.
The Instagram post, which features on their main account, shows the original site back in action, narrated by a team member who says: “Have you heard the news? Northern Soul is back in business. You can social distance over here, wait here, collect here…”
Open for orders today, fans of the spot will be able to pick up the restaurant’s usual classics, including the Soul, the Mac Attack and Pig On A Lead – as well as Mac and Cheese and fries for those looking for some extra cheesy action.
The site will be operating on a collection basis only, with all seating removed from the premises to adhere by the government’s social distancing guidelines. There are currently no further details about whether the restaurant will be re-starting their delivery service, however, you can get your grilled cheese fix Wednesday-Saturday from 8am till 3pm.
Northern Soul also has restaurants on Tib Street and Piccadilly Station approach, both of which remain closed while the UK’s lockdown continues.