Salt & Pepper Platters, Rump Steak Baos & more: The Street Food Legends Still Serving at Hatch

There's still plenty going on at Hatch, even the street food!

By Manchester's Finest | Last updated 10 December 2020

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Even during these difficult Tier 3 times, Hatch down on Oxford Road is still soldiering on with their winter urban village, with an impressive range of retailers on site where you can do some shopping and get some gifts for your loved ones.

That’s not all though. Oh no. Their street food vendors are STILL serving too – available for collection – and here’s our favourites…

Specialising in delicious Salt & Pepper dishes, iconic Japanese Katsu Curry, flavoursome Korean Fried Chicken and mega Sharing Platters.

What should I order? Just looking at the platters at FUKU are enough to make you drool – so go for their Salt & Pepper Box for 2 (£31) with wings, battered chicken bites, Korean-fried chicken bites, spring rolls, fries, drinks and dips.


T’arricrii: Sicilian Street Food
Serving traditional and innovative Sicilian dishes, produced with the best ingredients sourced straight from the isle, and the freshest products sourced locally.

What should I order? The classic – Sicilian Arancino Ragu (£5) with beef and pork bolognese.


Herbivorous Vegan Street Food
Homemade vegan food made by two passionate foodies Robyn & Damian. Serving up innovative and unique homemade plant-based meat alternatives and tantalising flavour combinations.

What should I order? The Big Kahuna Burger (£8.50) plus some loaded Yakitori Fries.


Hanoi 75
Fresh, colourful and delicious array of Vietnamese eats and treats, as well as a selection of Asian beers. Cuisine predominately from Vietnam’s capital city – Hanoi, as well as creative influences of South East Asia.

What should I order? The Rump Steak Bao (£6.50) with Spring Rolls (£5.50) and Veggie Dumplings (£5.50)


Ate Days a Week
A fresh, new and inventive sandwich shop putting their stamp on classic and modern sandwiches. Everything they do has a music theme to it – including their sandwiches.

What should I order? The ‘Live Forcheddar’ (£8.50) a grilled cheese with cheddar, swiss, red Leicester, bone marrow beef burger and burger sauce.


Hatch’s on-site wine experts; Vin-yard continuously updates their eclectic menu and are fighting back to the usual mass-produced vino, offering their DELICIOUS alternatives.

What should I order? A nice bottle of Radford Dale ‘Thirst’ – Cinsault (£26) and the world’s best olives; Perello Gordal (£4) for nibbling.


A father/daughter team bringing their passion for Cyprian food to Hatch with burgers, grills, flatbreads, cocktails, beers and LOADS more.

What should I order? It’s impossible to decide so go for the Cold Mezze Platter (£15) and the Hot Mezze Platter (£20)


Abeja Tapas Bar
The smallest tapas bar in Manchester is currently offering up exquisite Spanish cheese, meat and wine ‘Board-in-a-Box’ this Christmas, which can be ordered and then picked up from Hatch.

What should I order? Get the Board-in-a-box (obviously)

All food and drink can be ordered for takeaway on Hatch’s GoodEats page;

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