This New Pop Up In Manchester Is Serving Meals On A Tree!

Calling all plate-haters...

Feast

Yes you read that right...

New Manchester pop-up Feast is serving up a Sunday roast fit for a King...on a tree trunk.

Replacing 47 King Street West, Feast is headed up by Manchester chef Rob Owen Brown and the gaff is now serving a range of winter wonderland inspired British food, with a menu oozing modern sophistication.

The so-called 'Sunday Roast Sharer' is the iconic newbie on the menu at the eight-week pop-up - and for the price of £28.50 (based on two people sharing) you'll get a traditional roast dinner on a not-so-traditional sawn-off tree trunk. Because plates are oh-so overrated.

What's for tree, ma?

This platter-zilla is loaded with poussin, pork, beef, two gigantic yorkshire puds, as well as roasties, carrots, parsnips, and a steaming jug o' gravy.

Head chef Owen Brown describes the feast as a 'proper roast dinner with all the trimmings.'

Seasonal cocktails are the order of the day here - but a range of wines and beers are also on offer under a canopy of branches and fairy lights.

Catch it while you can - Feast is open for a limited time until January 2017.

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Amy

Loves eating cake and baking (skilled at the former, not so great at the latter.) Discovering the vibrant city that is Manchester one burrito at a time.

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