Manchester's First Ever Cheese Restaurant Has Launched Cheese-Themed Sunday Roasts

You'll melt at the menu

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Greater Manchester's first ever cheese restaurant The Creameries has just announced an all-new menu launching today, along with the first of their special Winter Events.

Say Hello to "Easy Cheesy Winter Sundays..."

The new easy, cheesy Sunday lunch from the New Year menu at The Creameries invites diners to swap their roast for raclette and keep warm the Alpine way with oozing melted Ogleshield cheese served over chargrilled vegetables, home-cured meat or fish and delicious potato rostis...

Sound good? Even better, you can have lunch, stay all afternoon or partake in one of The Creameries’ workshops, gigs or events that will be taking place every Sunday night. Be it a bread making class or an open mic evening.

The Food

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Focused on the ingredients that are at the heart of The Creameries’ offer for the rest of the week, Cheesy Sundays will revolve around the finest local cheeses, fresh home-baked bread, craft ale and superb natural wines.

As well as raclette, there will be home-cured meats, whole-baked cheeses and pies served alongside homemade pickles and roast vegetables.

The children's menu will feature split pea chips, fish or seasonal vegetable pie and local Ginger’s Comfort Emporium ice cream, as well as a dedicated children’s corner full of games and toys to keep them occupied while you share a carafe or pint with friends.

The Events

For the past few months the team at The Creameries have been trialling and running a series of events and have now put their findings into an extensive and pretty exciting Winter programme.

Every Sunday will see a different event, rotating each week between bread workshops, open mic storytelling, supper clubs and acoustic gigs. Throughout the week, they also be offering childrens’ baking classes, adults’ cookery demos and arts and crafts club.

They have also planned in special events to mark big occasions such as a Burns Night whisky tasting or a weird and wonderful celebration of St Trifon, the patron saint of drinking wine with friends!

You can check out the full programme here, and email with any queries, ideas or requests.

Cheesy Sundays are from 12 noon until 2.30pm, with drinks, bread, homemade butter and crisps available until close.

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