Manchester’s newest dining concept, Six By Nico, has just announced its new menu, following the wild success of its first, The Chippie.
The new menu for Six By Nico’s Manchester restaurant will be ‘Mexico’, changing from The Chippie on Tuesday 20th August.
Chef Nico Simeone’s six-course tasting menu will combine elements of both contemporary Mexican street food and ancient culinary classics, featuring pork belly, burrata, avocado and more.
Six By Nico changes its menu every six weeks, with the ‘Chippie’ theme featured as its first since opening in July. The new menu ‘Mexico’ is set to begin on August 20th until the end of September.
So what’s on the menu?
(As well as the regular menu, there is a vegetarian alternative available for every course, as well as snack sides.)
AMUSE BOUCHE – Lettuce, Lime Leaf & Avocado Gazpacho, Pico De Gallo Salsa.
BLOW TORCHED MACKEREL – Watermelon, Green Cilantro Taco, Whipped Creme Fraiche.
FRESH BURRATA – Green Chilli Salsa Verde, Cucumber Ketchup, Garden Herbs, Green Tomato Tostada.
SEA BASS – White Bean Hash, Chorizo, P umpkin, Squid Ink & Lemon Emulsion.
PORK BELLY – Barbecued Elote, Crispy Fried Cornichon, Roasted Quince.
CHOCOLATE CRÉMEUX – Banana Ice Cream, Vanilla & Agave Gel, Candied Hazelnuts, Chocolate Taco, Banana Crisp.
Diners at Six By Nico also have the option to add on snacks, including a Hard Shell Chicken Leg or Jackfruit Taco with Guacamole, Pico De Gallo Salsa, Spiced Emulsion and Gordal Olives at £5 per person.
Chef Nico Simeone said: “I think our Mexico themed tasting menu gives guests the opportunity to try different colours, textures and flavours that they may not have discovered before.
“Mexican food is fantastic with a lot of flair, colours and we aim to offer a diverse and delicious range of dishes that bring the culture and history of the country all together in one bite.”
Diners can book a table NOW for ‘Mexico’ from August 20th. To make a reservation and to book now, visit the website.
The menu will be priced from £29 per person with the option of a paired wine and specialist drinks for an additional £26.