After having to permanently close its stall at Arndale Market in April this year, Salt & Pepper may have finally found a new permanent home in the Northern Quarter. The popular food stall is currently serving delicious food at Black Dog Ballroom but sibling owners Chloe & Cash could soon be opening a venue just a stone’s throw away from their former residence.
Salt & Pepper recently submitted a licensing application to open their very own restaurant on High Street in the Northern Quarter, next door to the English Lounge pub and practically opposite Arndale Market. If approved, Mancs will be able to enjoy traditional Chinese takeaway dishes with a modern twist like sweet sticky soy drizzled on grilled steak and salt and pepper wings all under one permanent roof.
The licence application on the Manchester City Council website promises “a casual dining restaurant with fast-food style service and communal seating”, so it’s likely Salt & Pepper will continue with a similar set up that they had at Arndale Market. Customers will be able to quickly pop in on their lunch break to grab some tasty Chinese dishes or sit down to tuck into their signature salt and pepper flavoured dishes.
Salt & Pepper has also applied to open from 11:30am until 11pm, Monday to Sunday, meaning we can scran a flavoursome dish late into the night every single day. Plus, the food stall has applied for an alcohol license allowing customers to be able to sip on some cold beers alongside their salt and pepper chicken and chips- something which wasn’t possible at Arndale Market.
Salt & Pepper recently brought back their much-loved share boxes filled with sticky chicken; salt & pepper chicken; sticky beef; salt & pepper prawns; wings; fries or rice; and four sauces for dipping and drizzling.