Prepare to channel your inner Bruce Bogtrotter.
Officially confirming their grand re-opening for July 9th, much-loved chocolatier Slattery has announced a number of changes that will be made to their Whitefield-based venue ahead of the big day – but the best part of the announcement? The return of the Slattery Chocolate Challenge.
The Slattery challenge is an epic dessert challenge which consists of a huge chocolate fudge cake, little chocolate pots filled with melted chocolate, chocolate ice cream served in more little chocolate pots, and some huge portions of cream. And sure, you might be thinking you can chow all this down in front of the tele on an average Saturday night – but in reality, only 3% of those challenged have made it to the end.
Those who wish to take part in the challenge will have 1 hour 45 to complete it, with those who do manage to munch their way through the chocolate mountain being gifted a Slattery medal and a tasty box of chocolates.
For those who aren’t planning on completely filling their tums with endless supplies of chocolate, tables will be available to book from this Friday, with each table being permitted 1 hour 45 inside where they can enjoy Slattery’s new limited menu of delicious treats and drinks.
More vigorous cleaning regimes will be implemented throughout the venue, and social distancing will be expected from all diners. The Mason Dining Room will be closed on Mondays, with booking availability running from Tuesday-Sunday, 9am-5pm.
Slattery recently re-opened their gift shops for fans to get their chocolate fix, and have also been providing Mancs with their new lockdown chocolate boxes, which have been packed with goodies while the shop and cafe have been closed.