It opens next week and they'll be offering 50% off during their soft launch.
Manchester is set to get a unique all-day South American dining concept in the form of Peru Perdu, offering a menu packed with delights from all over the continent including Uruguayan wet aged steaks, ceviche, and a range of plant based small & large plates.
They’re officially due to open on Thursday 31st October for dinner, with lunch and brunch available from Monday 4th November.
The highlight of their all-day dining menu, the soon to be famous grass fed U.W.A. steak, is served straight up or marinated in Peru Perdu’s house rich La Brasa marinade, paired with straw potatoes and a choice of homemade sauce.
Small plates include Plantain Crisps and Avo, Duck ‘ropa vieja’ Tostadas, and Crispy Coconut Shrimp; large plates range from Braised Duck Leg, Pork Belly with adobo chilli, and Pollo ‘La Brasa’ with sweet potato and mint.
Fresh fish plays a prominent part on the menu, with fresh cod, tuna, and red prawns all featuring as large cooked on the open fire and served with fresh, zesty dressings.
There is a selection of ‘Planta‘, plant-based small and large plates, including fresh green papaya salad, steamed black bean dumplings, sweet yam coconut curry, and beetroot & apple ceviche. There will also be a daily selection of quinoa bowls, paired with roasted vegetables and fresh leaves.
Brunch will be served every Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 5pm, and will include two courses from the brunch menu plus bottomless house pisco sour, Garibaldi, or Chandon, for £30 per person.
Dishes include fresh Cacao Granola, Counter Cakes and Smoothie Bowls, followed by Huevos Rancheros, multi coloured Buddha Bowls, U.W.A. Steak and Eggs or a Pichana Steak Sandwich on beetroot brioche.
Every Sunday from 12pm the team at Peru Perdu will serve a South American style roast, with options including Churrasco Beef, La Brasa Chicken, Pork Belly or Chimichurri Cauliflower, all served with roast veg and gravy.
The open kitchen remains at the heart of the restaurant, allowing diners to watch the chefs in action from the chef’s table. The open plan seating area gives customers the option of booths, benches, or the fourteen-seat private dining room.
An extensive wine list featuring a number of South American wines from Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay has been curated specifically to compliment the menu.
For those who prefer a cocktail, the South American theme will carry across from the restaurant to the Cotton Factory bar with a range of signature Peruvian Pisco Sours available at both.
During their soft launch there are a limited number of 50% OFF FOOD bookings available from Wednesday 30th October – Friday 1st for lunch and dinner, or on Saturday 2nd or Sunday 3rd November for brunch.
Peru Perdu at The Cotton Factory, 74 Princess St, Manchester, M1 6JD