Authentic Italian cuisine, Salvi’s, has officially opened its doors in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
Maurizio Cecco, owner of the Mozzarella Bar and Restaurant and the Deli in the Corn Exchange, as well as the Cucina and Pizzeria Napoletana on John Dalton Street, has branched out to Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
Maurizio and his team have transformed the new space into an authentic restaurant which provides the signature Salvi’s true taste of southern Italy.
Located on the corner of Northern Quarter’s High Street, the grand space houses upcycled furniture and is filled with plenty of natural light.
So, what can you expect from Salvi’s NQ? The team provides an authentic Italian touch with every meal and diners have visibility of the chefs at work in the kitchen.
The menu is different at each of the Salvi’s restaurants across the city centre, with each dish being created from scratch and cooked uniquely by chefs. Whether it’s nibbles and antipasti, pasta and pizza or meat, fish and vegetarian mains – the team provide authentic yet affordable dining.
Diners will find Neopolitan food with a twist amongst traditional dishes; whether its calzone (£12), carbonara (£12.95), pizza rosse and bianche (from £11) octopus salad (£9.95) or a Salvi’s favourite – polpette di melanzane (meatballs with aubergine served with a San Marzano tomato sauce – £15) Diners can be sure to expect quality ingredients and service, in true Salvi’s style.
Salvi’s NQ on High Street is open now.
Salvi’s, 60-67A High St, Manchester M4 1FS