Following the departure of the Hungry Gecko, the team behind the multi-award-winning The Parlour on Chorlton’s Beech Road are to take up residence in a custom-built stall in the beer garden of The Beech Inn, just a few doors down from from their thriving dining pub. The new street food-style venture is called Parlour Dogs and comes to the general public in collaboration with acclaimed local butcher, WH Frost. The result is a true Brit version of the all-American hot dog, with meat sourced from Cheshire producers and natural sausage casings used. Parlour Dogs launches this Good Friday (18 Apr), with a menu that includes classic, bacon blue (streaky bacon, Shropshire blue, buttered onions), ploughmans (oak smoked gammon, gherkins, the obligatory Branston pickle and more), Bloody Mary (we’ll leave you to try that one to believe it), and Welsh rarebit takes on ye olde hot dog. There’s also a stand-out creation in the shape of the ‘Sunday Best’ which is made from six hour brisket with Parlour bone marrow gravy. Vegetarians are catered for with a ‘veggie frank’.

From Fri 18 Apr, The Beech Inn, 72 Beech Road, Chorlton, M21 9EG, @parlourdogs

Fri 18 Apr
Ruth Allan
Published on:
Fri 18 Apr 2014