Manchester’s favourite Catalonian restaurant Lunya are giving away a vegan Calçotada banquet dinner worth £300 for you and seven mates to enjoy this Easter Sunday.

The Calçotada is a Catalan winter food festival that involves the unusual calçot (which is somewhere between a giant spring onion and a leek) and wine being poured into your mouth from a great height.

Traditionally the calçots are charred over burning coals, until it’s soft and sweet on the inside with a delightful smoky flavour, before being wrapped in newspaper and served with Romesco sauce (made from almonds, roasted peppers, olive oil and sherry vinegar). Real finger food – half the fun is getting messy!

The prize is a proper feast. Start traditional with calçots and romesco sauce before delving into a range of Catalonian delights: gordal olives stuffed with orange and chillim, kikones (giant baked salted corn kernels), Catalan tomato bread, escalivada (roasted Mediterranean vegetables on toasted sourdough bread), padron peppers, garbanzos (Navarran chickpeas with butternut squash, apricot and Moroccan spices) and patatas bravas, plus two bottles of cava which will be served and drunk from a height using a poron.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply head over to Twitter to RT the post below and follow @LunyaMCR. Winners will be announced on Wednesday 28th March and you must claim the prize on Sunday 1st April (Easter Sunday).

(T&Cs: Not redeemable for cash. Must be redeemed Sunday 1st April between 12 pm and 6 pm)