The GIANT Yorkshire Pudding Roast Turkey Sandwich!

Ducie Street Warehouse have introduced a new festive sharer...

By Manchester's Finest | December 21st '21

With an already impressive menu of huge sharer dishes, it was always going to take a truly special dish to get noticed this Christmas at Ducie Street Warehouse, and Head Chef Andrew Green, well – he’s pulled it out of the bag!

He’s created a HUGE Yorkshire Pudding Sharing Sandwich, made with 1ft puds – stacked with Paprika Roast Turkey, Cumbrian Pigs in Blankets, Tuscan Stuffing Balls and all the trimmings.

It comes in at £29 and will feed 4 people easily, and let’s not forget the big pot of meaty gravy that you get on the side for some serious dipping.

Ducie Street Warehouse have also created a Restaurant Festive Menu at £35 per head, served in three waves in the spirit of Christmas – family-style. It features the kind of traditional Christmas dishes that will take you right back to those family dinners – but with a contemporary twist.

Baked Salmon, Cumbrian pigs in blankets, goose fat roast potatoes, breaded brie and Turkey Parmigiana served with san Marzano ragu and olives.

Alongside DSW’s festive specials is a specially curated Christmas cocktails from Grey Goose.

Throughout December, Ducie Street Warehouse will be showing festive movies at their Mini Cinema, including Elf, Die Hard, Home Alone and Love Actually, culminating in the wonderful ‘Miracle of 34th Street’ on Christmas Eve.

ON the weekend, the foyer is transformed into a fairy tale land known as ‘Mancunia’ – as they welcome the NQ Grotto – a series of immersive Christmas performances which will see Santa and his elves busy preparing for Christmas.

Promising a Christmas event like no other, guests can take in a dance with the Ice Princess, a singalong with Mrs Claus, story time by the Snow Queen, fun time with Brother & Sister Elves, Holly & Ivy and of course, a chance to meet Santa himself.

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For more information on Christmas at Ducie Street Warehouse, and to book the cinema and a table at the restaurant, head to their website…

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