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08/08/18

Unique Flavours at Tast

We believe joy comes from stepping out of our comfort zone

It’s hard to believe that only a month ago we hosted our friends and family for the first time on our pre-opening and that just over two weeks ago Tast officially opened its doors. It’s all happened too fast, Manchester, and we can only say thank you for the warm welcome.

For those who have already visited us and for those who haven’t, we want to now go deeper into who we are and what it is that we’re bringing to this wonderful city. Our chef’s creations are something very different: a unique combination of flavours, textures and techniques that sure aren’t your typical dinner out.

We have set ourselves a big objective: challenging and surprising our guests with our food. There is nothing ordinary or traditional about what we do. Although it’s true that we are inspired by the true flavours and traditions of Catalonia, our approach to gastronomy is created to provoke a reaction by surprising with every bite.

How do we achieve this? In our menu you will find two main sections: Tramuntanades and Tastets.

TRAMUNTANADES | Small bites, lots of joy!

Tramuntanades are a selection of dishes served by Paco Pérez in his Miramar restaurant and which he has brought to Tast for the people of Manchester to enjoy. We serve them as a single mouthful and they emcompass lots of flavour and technique in a small bite.

TASTETS | Catalan word meaning “A small taste of food”.

It’s time to put your taste buds to the test. Tastets are the perfect way to try innovative flavours as well as some traditional dishes with a twist. They are bigger than tapas (and way crazier!) yet smaller than a main dish, which makes them perfect to share. We recommend between 3 to 5 Tastets for two people depending on how hungry you are.

Coming to Tast is coming for an adventure. We believe joy comes from stepping out of your comfort zone and our menu is designed to encourage our guests to take risks, so don’t say we didn’t warn you!