Native Manchester and Ducie Street Warehouse will host their first supper club later this month, showcasing an exciting menu collaboration from the Warehouse’s award-winning Head Chef, Andrew Green, and the renowned Mary-Ellen McTague, of The Creameries.
Only 18 spaces will be available for the exclusive event, which will take place on Fri 26 Nov.
In a first for the venue, the two Manchester-based chefs will craft a six-course menu, exploring the best of local and independent producers, with a seasonal festive theme running throughout each dish. Mary-Ellen will also curate the vibe of the first Supper Club at the Warehouse with a playlist providing the sounds for the night.
Price at £75, Supper Club at the Warehouse will support Eat Well MCR, which Mary-Ellen also co-founded, who have now delivered more than 50,000 meals across Greater Manchester to those in food poverty. Ticket sales from the special event will raise funds to provide chef-made meals for economically disadvantaged adults and children around Greater Manchester. Native Manchester and Ducie Street Warehouse will donate funds for a further 500 meals to this cause, as part of this supper club.
Six-Course Tasting menu
Scallop Ceviche, fennel Kimchi, sourdough cracker
Salt baked Celeriac Waldorf – candied walnut, pickled grapes, pink lady, sriracha mayonnaise
Manchester smokehouse salmon, beetroot, mouse, cucumber, pumpernickel wafer
Game broth with potato, Goashee & onion farls
Roast Goose, confit potatoes, sprouts with goose bacon & chestnuts, bread sauce, Wilshire black truffle gravy
Salted Caramel tart, hazelnut cream, toasted white chocolate
On the evening, there will also be the option to add on a curated cocktail menu, to pair with the food offering, priced at £25pp and includes Grey Goose Le Fizz cocktail, a glass of Martin & Anna Arndorfer Gruner Veltliner, Austria, a glass of Andi Knauss – Pinot Noir, Germany, finishing with Grey Goose & ‘Blossom Coffee’ Espresso Martini.
Tickets are now on sale, and you can book yours using the link below.
- Bradley Lengden
- Published on:
- Fri 5 Nov 2021