ABode Hotel is one of Manchester’s finest luxury hotels, with an appropriately stunning Brasserie bar and restaurant area.
It’s a magnificent 19th-century renovated textile warehouse that shows off the very best of the city’s architecture – an inspired marriage of contemporary design and classic features that makes it a credit to Manchester’s skyline.
Based on Piccadilly approach, just a couple of minutes from Piccadilly Gardens and the city’s main train station, with huge glass windows, it’s a perfect place to drop in and watch the world hurry by outside, with a drink or two, or three.
And that’s where their Sunday Social offer comes in.
For £25 you can enjoy one of their high-quality Sunday roast options, plus unlimited prosecco. Yes, that means as many glasses of prosecco as you desire, for two hours from when you place your order.
And when it comes to food, Brasserie ABode’s Sunday lunch menu has enough on offer to satisfy all your Sunday roast desires.
Meat-lovers have some excellent choices, depending on availability, such as roast shoulder of lamb with mint sauce, classic roast beef with horseradish sauce, or roast shoulder of pork with a delicious apple sauce.
Vegetarian? You’re more than covered, with the option of a mouth-watering and animal-product-free puy lentil shepherd’s pie, with beetroot, carrots, shallots and a sweet potato topping, or a decadent truffle macaroni – baked macaroni cheese, topped with possibly the most luxurious food known to man, shaved truffle.
Each of the above come with an array of sides, including a rich and creamy cauliflower cheese, crispy roast potatoes, peas and broad beans à la Française, mashed carrot and seasonal greens.
It’s exactly what you want from Sunday lunch: hearty, filling, and a perfect accompaniment to a few glasses of prosecco.
Much like the building itself, the food combines tried and tested elements – what’s more classically British than a Sunday roast? – with wonderfully modern flourishes and state-of-the-art cooking techniques.
The staff are a delight to engage with, friendly and knowledgeable, and the perfect team to ensure your prosecco-fuelled afternoon will run smoothly.
Not only this, the restaurant space is truly awe-inspiring space, with impressively high ceilings that give a real sense of grandeur. Many of the building’s original features have been retained and restored, such as the staircases, flooring and metal columns, paired with dazzling black and white tiles and music-themed imagery on the walls.
It’s a classic look that matches the classic dishes on offer.
With this fantastic offer, Brasserie ABode Manchester offers up beautiful food in sumptuous surroundings, plus as much prosecco as your hearts desire.
Sunday afternoons in the city don’t get much better than this.