Corn Exchange Manchester is celebrating the start of summer with a whole host of exciting news including soon-to-launch restaurants and bars, an exciting cook school for the little ones – and even a giant chocolate kebab.
For guests who enjoy something sweet, the new Taiwan bubble tea cafe, A Nice Sip, will be the ultimate hideout.
The cafe specialises in tasty authentic tea, with ingredients directly imported from Taiwan. The venue also offers a range of delicious foods including Hong Kong snacks, bubble waffles, soups, curries and fried rice or noodles.
The Corn Exchange also invites Manchester city centre to experience the traditions of one of the world’s oldest games in a whole new light.
Combining a restaurant experience with cricket, the Sixes Cricket Club invites challengers to test their batting skills against some of the world’s finest bowlers, all recorded on a global leader board.
Fusing cutting edge elite sports technology, with the finest English gastropub food and drink, in a relaxed and shareable format, the Sixes experience is fun for cricket professionals, complete novices, and even sport loving youngsters.
Another addition to the entertainment venue includes the launch of Doner Haus’ very first Garten bar.
Located in the central atrium of the Manchester Corn Exchange, the Garten Bar will offer a sophisticated selection of Doner Haus’ favourite German Pilsners, including Bitburger and an exciting new cocktail menu.
The restaurant’s 2-4-1 cocktail offer will also be extended to the Garten Bar. Who needs to go abroad this summer when the best of Germany is right on Mancunians’ doorsteps?
And as if this wasn’t enough, there will even be a dessert offering that resembles a kebab at the main restaurant.
Wondering what else to do with the kids this summer? Look no further as Pho is offering something for kids to do at home, which is both educational and fun.
Pho is launching a Vietnamese Summer Rolls Kids Recipe Box which is available to order online every week in July.
The box includes the exact ingredients, a step-by-step recipe card with a QR code that links to a video of a child cooking the recipe and a booklet packed with fun facts about the ingredients inside the box.
The cook school recipe box for children teaches children how to cook a delicious, vegetarian meal independently for their families, twice a month.
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