The Edinburgh Castle Ancoats and Cottonopolis have joined forces to bring you four collection menus which are available now.
The historic Edinburgh Castle in Ancoats is the hub for the exciting collaboration, which see's Northern Quarter favourite Cottonopolis pop-up every Thursday and Saturday as Edinburgh Castle take the reigns on Friday and Sunday.
Edinburgh Castle have launched a 'Chippy Tea' menu for a Friday night, but in true Edinburgh Castle form this is not your average 'chippy tea' but an elevated version of the British favourite. Dishes include the obvious Fish & Chips with mushy peas and tartare as well as Suet Pudding - slow cooked beef cheek and beer braised onions; Sausage and Chips - handmade Cumberland sausage, sauerkraut, chip chop curry sauce; as well as vegan and vegetarian options such as Halloumi Parmo & Beer Battered Banana Flower.
Sunday's are all about the Edinburgh Castle Roast, served from midday and with a menu developed with sharing with your household in mind.
The Roast Chicken serves four and is served alongside beef dripping potatoes, glazed seasonal vegetables, lemon & thyme stuffing and, of course, big fluffy Yorkshire puddings and gravy.
There's a Beef Rib option (21day aged with bone marrow butter - yum!), Crispy Old Spot Pork Belly and a Vegan Cashew Nut Roast.
Thursday & Saturday is a chance for Cottonopolis to shine, with their Omasake Menu - available for collection from 5pm both nights.
Omasake basically translates to 'dishes chosen by the chef' so the promise is that each week there will be something new on the menu to try, keeping that fresh, seasonal and exciting element.
Dishes currently include Crab California Roll, Karaage Chicken, Spicy Korean Cauliflower, their famous Baos, Yakitori and Sando's.
Ordering is simple. Just email your order across to [email protected] and include a contact number. You will be called on the day of your collection to confirm your order and for payment to be taken over the phone.
You can also call 0161 414 0004 to order from midday Thursday - Sunday.