Independent Italian restaurant Tre Ciccio opens its second venue this week, promising the same brand of award-winning home-cooked food.

And here’s the first look at the stunning interiors inside the Bramhall Tre Ciccio which will open to the public on Thursday, Novemeber 1st.

The original restaurant was launched by chef Francesco Scafuri in Altrincham earlier this year with Neapolitan-style street food, specialising in pizzas and roast chicken dishes.

Now, they are planning the second restaurant launch on Bramhall Road South this week, ahead of a third venue in Ramsbottom later this year.

Diners can expect the same rustic interiors and exposed brickwork as the Altrincham venue, and menus which feature their signature Italian style chicken – pollo arrosto e patate (chicken and potatoes) from £11 for a single portion or £23.95 for a huge sharer dish for two.

And, fresh from their pizza chef winning a national pizza-making award earlier this month, there will be the same range of classic and gourmet pizza toppings, starting from £6.95.

The venue, formerly Mercato on Bramhall Road South, will keep its popular terrace at the rear, while the front area will become a large bar area with a focus on a new cocktail menu. Dining will be over both of the split levels inside.

Interiors include exposed brick wall and furnishings in mustards and greens to keep with the rustic Italian vibe, while the bar area features a new black and white tiled floor.

Reclaimed green glazed bricks have been used as a focal point of the new bar, and old fireplaces have been exposed in the restaurant.

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