Food & Drink

This Manchester Restaurant Has Transformed Into A Pink Paradise Thanks To Eaton House Studio

By Laura Rogan

Peru Perdu has a brand new look.

Revealing a dramatic new look for its re-opening following the pandemic, Peru Perdu has undergone a huge makeover – transforming from a bright, boho-style space with hanging plants and natural finishes, to a wonderful pink paradise that’s just crying out to be photographed.

Credit: Peru Perdu

Working in collaboration with the famous Eaton House Studio, the new concept is complete with stunning new colours throughout the venue, neon pink features and even new pink menus (which will be disposable to help keep us safe during the COVID-19 outbreak).


Credit: Peru Perdu
Jennifer Hughes, brand partner at Peru Perdu said: “This collaboration is an incredible way for us to reopen Peru Perdu, welcoming guests once more and also giving the restaurant an exciting new refresh that will amplify each and every dining experience here. Amy at Eaton House Studio is a close friend of mine and I’ve always wanted to find a way for us to collaborate. The Pink House Paints have helped us bring a little bit of the Eaton House Studio magic to Manchester and we’re all so happy with how it has transformed the interiors.”
Credit: Peru Perdu

The restaurant is well-known for serving tasty South American-inspired food, with beautiful Peruvian dishes adding to Manchester’s already eclectic food scene. The restaurant has now officially re-opened following the Coronavirus pandemic, and has brand new measures in place to allow for social distancing.

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