Beef & Pudding, a northern-inspired restaurant concept from the award-winning New Moon Company, has overhauled its current al a carte menu, adding in new dishes with the northern twists and humour which New Moon are renowned for.
The brand spanking new menu encompasses old favourites with unique takes on local dishes that provide an inspiring dining experience, serving proper heart-warming and wholesome grub.
Some of the new highlights include the The Keema Lamb Pudding £12.95 four hour simmered lamb keema, suet pudding, Delhi Street rice with house bahji & riata.
Chicken Dinner, £13.95 – grilled free-range chicken breast, stuffing dumplings, buttery home-made mash with lashings of smoked bacon gravy, and the Roast Beef Marrow, £5.95 – with garlic herb crust, chip shop gravy with charred onions and toast. There are warm and fuzzy sides such as the double-drop-dripping chips £2.95
David Mooney, Chef Patron, New Moon, says: “Proper northern food to warm your cockles, made with the good stuff – get your gob around our new dishes and enjoy proper northern grub at its finest.”
Beef & Pudding’s much-loved and traditional favourites will remain firmly on the menu. So fans of dishes such as the infamous ‘The Pudding’, £14.95 – a baked suet pudding, filled with prime British beef, onion and home-made stock pot gravy, fluffy mash and mushy peas, will still be able to order them.
The delicate Bury Bomb which was shortlisted for Manchester’s Food Porn awards £5.95 – Andy Holts legendary black pudding, Lancashire cheese & parsley wrapped in a crispy spud, with serrona & Beef’s special HP sauce.
Beef & Pudding is also home to the ‘Manchester Meet’, £120.00, which feeds four. Named the Rolls Royce of British beef and weighing a minimum of 7lb – this Mother of rib joint is served on the bone with Beef & Pudding’s proper gravy, au poivre and béarnaise, real beef-dripping chips, compulsory peas and carrots (stretchy pants are optional.)
Plus, any food menu at Beef & Pudding wouldn’t be complete without a mention of The Beef’ham Tower, £15.95 – a lovingly home-made burger, sweet chilli beef brisket, a dash of horseradish suet pudding and mushy peas, chip shop gravy, onion rings, proper chips, brioche bun, cheese and New Moon’s special ‘Howling at the Moon’ sauce.
That’s right. Good, honest and northern comfort food.
Beef & Pudding was the first of Paul Newman and David Mooney’s urban offerings in the heart of Manchester, opening in Spring 2014, and is now part of an 8-strong estate across the North West. It is located at 37 Booth Street, Manchester.
Beef & Pudding serve fine quality, fresh food, locally-sourced wherever possible. Alongside the main menu there is also an ‘Express’ menu for people needing a quick lunch during their working day, a ‘Brunch’ menu for those lazy weekend mornings, a menu for ‘Little People’ and of course a ‘Dessert’ menu.
To accompany the food there are carefully-sourced wines of distinction, an extensive cocktail list, plenty of local real ales and, of course, plenty of fizz!
All of this is brought together in relaxed surroundings, stylish and chic with rustic elements.
Multi award-wining Managing Director of New Moon, Paul Newman, added:
“Beef & Pudding is a gem within the New Moon crown, it brings a conceptual excitement to our brands which goes from strength to strength. We hope our customers enjoy eating our new menu as much as we enjoyed creating it.”
Whether it’s drinks with work colleagues, a casual meal with friends or a lazy brunch at the weekend, Beef & Pudding creates the perfect setting to enjoy.
And the name? A reference to a famous caricature of the Peterloo Massacre. The text reads: “Down with ‘em! Chop em down my brave boys: give them no quarter they want to take our Beef & Pudding from us! —- and remember the more you kill the less poor rates you’ll have to pay so go at it Lads show your courage and your Loyalty!”
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