The team from Flawd announce their popular pop-up restaurant concept, Higher Ground, will be making a comeback with a permanent residence later this month.
Originally started in Feb 2020, Higher Ground found its feet as a four week pop up but to the dismay of diners across Manchester was closed due to Covid. Thankfully we can now see Joseph Otway, Richard Cossins and Daniel Craig Martins brainchild return in Chinatown on the corner of Faulkner Street and New York Street.
This time round they’ll be focusing on an ever changing seasonal menu with a push towards produce from their own market garden as well as local suppliers, particularly from the North-West. The dishes themselves take a spotlight to the local & sustainable approaches with small-scale agriculture and whole carcass cookery being at the front of mind.
In a shock to absolutely no one, The team at Flawd will be ensuring there is a constantly rotating by the glass wine option, as well an expertly picked wine list that will be as strong as it is succinct.
The 3,000 sq ft space will seat around 50 covers and aim to provide diners with high quality food at affordable prices, taking into account the concept, style of cooking and cuisine involved. Diners will be able to enjoy Higher Grounds sharing menus for around £45 per head for five to six courses.
The Restaurant will be operating four days a week, between Wednesday to Saturday and are currently taking Bookings for the 18th February via this link.