Miller & Carter raise their steaks and move to the city centre

The British steakhouse chain that serves 2000 rib eyes per week...

The steaks have been raised in Manchester City Centre. Miller and Carter, the British steakhouse chain that serves 2000 rib eyes per week have grown out of suburbia and are going central. The site, which will throw open it’s doors to release delicious meaty smells onto our streets on Friday 9 May, will be based on the corner of King Street and Cross Street.

You may not have made the journey to swanky outer suburb Wilmslow to try their 28-day aged British beef yet, and if you’re just that lazy then thank your lucky stars they’re moving so close.

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Lee Hughes, Miller and Carter’s new Manchester manager said:

“I’d recommend coming along and experiencing the quality of our steaks and expertise that goes into preparing every dish. If you’re anywhere near as passionate about steak as we, then Miller & Carter Manchester should be at the top of your ‘to do’ list.”

Miller and Carter are all about expertise. The entire Manchester team have attended a bespoke butchery demonstration, and are receiving specialist training designed to render them veritable steak boffins.

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Eight fail safe, mouth watering cuts from rump to chateaubriand will be joined by weekly experiments in more innovative cuts including something intriguingly titled the 24oz Tomahawk Sharer!

Starters include Lime Marinated Salmon Crostinis and Lemongrass & Chilli Tempura King Prawns, while we can expect Belgian Chocolate Ganache, Lemon Meringue Roulade and Summer Berry and White Chocolate Sundae to finish.

Make sure you’re there to steak it out when it opens next Friday 9 May.


King Street, Manchester M2 4LQ




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