Winter Dining at Harvey Nichols

Manchester

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When Harvey Nichols springs to mind, you automatically think of a quality offering in a top level retail environment, but we’d forgive you for worrying about the luxury price tag sometimes associated – especially in January. However, amidst all the other excellent bargains to be had at this time of year, we’ve discovered a gem of a dining deal in the Second Floor Bar and Brasserie.

“The second floor bar and brasserie is offering an amazing 3 course dinner for only £22 until Feb 10th – and we loved it”

Over the five weeks between January 4th- February 10th, diners can indulge in a special Harvey Nichols evening Winter Dining menu; three delicious courses and a seasonal cocktail for only £22. Customers will have an opportunity to experience the relaxed atmosphere and great views from the second floor restaurant overlooking Exchange Square, while enjoying typically high level dishes for an almost unbelievable price.

Guests who choose from the Winter Dining menu are welcomed with a Winter Storm cocktail; a blend of smooth golden Bacardi Oro, rum based Velvet Falernum, lime juice, ginger ale and a touch of aromatic cinnamon – making a drink that manages to be both comforting and refreshing.

As you’d expect, Head Chef Matthew Horsfield and team have created a gorgeous seasonal menu using only the best ingredients, which manages to hit the sweet spot between indulgence and wellbeing. Whether you’re cutting the carbs, getting into clean eating or just need a bit of warming up, you’ll find dishes to suit.

Those who prefer fish might be tempted by Loch Duart salmon with spiced chick peas and tagine puree. Here, Matthew has managed to create a fish dish with maximum flavour and significant nutritional benefits. Seared salmon on a bed of velvety chickpeas bound in a delicious Moroccan inspired Kasbah spice blend threaded through with tomato, red onion and fresh coriander. The tagine puree is a rich aromatic blend of warming spices cooked down with apricots, tomato and wine.

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