Just last month it was announced Manchester’s very own superclub Tiger Tiger is closing down, making way for new all-day drinking and dining destination, Eden.
Tipped as being “a playground of sensory delights for the city’s revellers”, the brand new garden of Eden inspired wonderland will offer three unique nightclub experiences under one roof.
During the day however, the quirky hedonistic venue is setting its sights on becoming a go-to dining destination for hungry food-loving Mancs.
The brand new city centre botanical escape will boast an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining, brandishing floral-themed interiors with elegance and opulence in every aspect.
Ahead of the new venue’s launch in August, we’ve been given a sneak peek of what guests can expect from it’s foodie offering – and it’s safe to say we’re very impressed.
Offering some calm amongst the chaos of the city centre, Eden will offer guests a globally inspired menu from morning to night.
Start your day the right way as sunrise welcomes a brunch menu served daily until 12pm and 3pm on weekends.
The brunch menu includes crushed avocado sourdough, buttery crumpets, full British breakfast and full vegan breakfast. Plus, guests are invited to indulge in free-flowing Bellinis or bottomless bubbles with any of the brunch menu dishes.
You had us at free-flowing bubbles. Bottomless brunch is priced at £25 per person.
But if brunching isn’t really your thing, Eden’s all-day menu, including starters and sharers, is guaranteed to get your mouth watering.
Dishes include katsu chicken skewers, Lebanese lamb flatbread and chorizo Scotch egg, with vegetarian options such as mac and cheese bites, LA chopped salad and gluten-free garlic bread (garlic bianca).
If pizza is more your calling, Eden’s artisan pizzas are handmade and baked on-site in a traditional clay oven. And whether you could easily defeat one yourself or fancy getting one to share, every pizza is over 2ft long with gluten-free bases available on request.
Classics include margherita, pepperoni and quattro formaggio, while house signature The Garden of Eden comes with a beetroot ketchup base, grilled courgettes, roast harissa chickpeas, crumbled feta and rocket, and is topped with harissa yoghurt.
You can indulge in any classic pizza, a bottle of wine and a dessert to share for two people for just £20 Monday to Thursday, 5pm to 10pm.
Offering dining options inspired from the land, earth and sea, Eden aims to change your perspective on city centre dining.
Sink your teeth into the Eden cheeseburger, a chargrilled 6oz Angus beef patty on a sweet brioche bun, their own special burger sauce, lettuce and chips.
From the earth, a roasted stuffed aubergine is served alongside rose harissa cracked wheat, chickpeas, mint and red onion salad, saffron soya yoghurt and pomegranate.
And deep sea dive into a pan-fried salmon fillet served with a luscious coconut and lemongrass curry, steamed sticky rice with fresh basil and coriander chutney.
A steak and sandwich selection also takes pride of place on the Eden menu, including a 1kg Tomahawk steak sharer.
If like me you have a sweet tooth, there’s an eclectic choice of desserts available alongside an array of British classics including sticky toffee pudding, vegan chocolate brownie, and caramelised apple and blackberry crumble.
Or try the strawberry Eden mess served with strawberry compote, vanilla chantilly cream and crisp meringue with toasted flaked almonds.
And what better way to end a meal than with a cheeky tipple or two?
Eden promises an elegant drinking scene unlike any other with a range of botanical-themed artisan cocktails, world liquors, craft beer and wines.
Eden’s signature cocktail menu ranges from bespoke fresh blossoms to wild creations.
The Adam and Eve contains green apple liquor, Brookly gin, lemon juice, honeycomb syrup, topped with Eden’s own insignia and Original Sin Buffalo: Trace bourbon, bitter orange and chocolate cookie syrup.
There’s also a range of classic cocktails, mocktails and a huge G & T menu available.
Eden’s Herbaceous Happy Hour runs from 5pm – 9pm daily, with Fizz Fridays letting us all finish off the working week in style – with prosecco costing just £15 a bottle all night long.