Following their hugely successful residency in Spinningfields last year; the team behind renowned Cuban street food concept, FINCA, has announced it will be making its highly awaited return to the city for one month in November.
The popular Liverpool based concept, which appeared on Netflix and BBC food show Million Pound Menu, will heading back to the Northern Quarter this time where they will be launching at Northern Monk Refectory MCR on Tuesday 5th November.
As well as serving up their fan-favourite dishes including their famous cubanos; a hearty traditional sandwich filled with mojo marinated pork shoulder, roast ham, house pickles, mustard and gouda cheese – FINCA will also be using the opportunity to trial new dishes with a number of vegetarian and vegan options.
FINCA and Northern Monk will also be teaming up together during the residency to host a beer pairing event.
Set up by four friends in Liverpool and serving up great tasting informal dishes rooted in Cuban and Latin flavours – FINCA’s residency will be a full time operation with its food menu served from 12pm until 9pm, seven days a week.
Oli Smith, chef and co-founder of FINCA, says: “We can’t wait to head back to Manchester and set up in the brilliant Northern Monk. We’re going to be back for a month this time so make sure you don’t miss out – there’s still plenty of time to come and grab a Cubano!”
FINCA’s pop-up will officially open on Tuesday 5th November in Northern Monk Refectory MCR serving 7 days a week from 12pm until 9pm.