After just two months in Manchester’s Corn Exchange, London’s beloved The Real Greek has widened its net to the Trafford Centre, bringing much more of its tasty Greek grub to the North – something this half of the country had none of until they arrived in Manchester city centre early in December of last year.
Opening its doors on the 1st March, the brand new restaurant – which marks The Real Greek’s second in both Manchester and the North – will serve up an extensive menu of traditional Greek dishes, from their famous Souvlaki wraps and mezze to flame-grilled meats and authentic Greek wine.
Located in the upper tier of the Trafford Centre’s Great Hall, the 182-cover restaurant is the perfect spot for social dining – with each dish designed to give a ‘contemporary Aegean experience’, which typically consists of dishes piled high on the table for sharing.
Nabil Mankarious, Managing Director at The Real Greek, comments: “The new opening in Manchester’s Trafford Centre is such a positive move for The Real Greek. A big ambition was to open in the North, and with our Corn Exchange restaurant in Manchester already flourishing, we are really excited to bring our second restaurant to the vibrant and busy city. We look forward to seeing the potential of this venue, particularly as tourism begins to open up again in Manchester. Newcastle, Eldon Square is our next destination, continuing our expansion in the north.”
Zoe Inman, Centre Director at the Trafford Centre, said: “We’re delighted to welcome The Real Greek to the Trafford Centre this month. With over 280 brands on offer at the Centre, The Real Greek is an excellent addition to our ever-growing dining hub, offering delicious Eastern Mediterranean food options for our customers – we can’t wait to open to the public!”
The Real Greek will open on 1st March and diners will be able to enjoy 50% off the main menu until 3rd March to celebrate the opening.