Salvi’s Cucina restaurant foodie event, Manchester
PUBLISHED: 00:00 25 August 2015
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Chefs at Salvi’s Cucina restaurant gave friends, family and regular diners a piece of the action when they cooked up traditional Italian treats while they served up news of their expansion plans.
Salvi’s Cucina restaurant
Cutting the cheese
Toby Gladstone and DJ Becky Want
Delicious cheese board and wine
Guests enjoying an evening at Salvi’s
Brian Painter, Gergely Major, Chris Longbottom and owner of Salvi’s, Maurizio Cecco
One of Salvi’s dishes being served
Maurizio Cecco, his mother Teresa and wife Claire
Maurizio and Chefs
Gary Newborough and Maurizio Cecco
Kaleigh Watterson and Liz Gregory
Siobhan Hanley and Lucy Lovell
Dilan Malalgoda and Grace Rowe
Salvi’s owner Maurizio Cecco and the team presented guests at their John Dalton Street restaurant, Manchester, with classic dishes as they revealed plans for additional premises in the Corn Exchange, a short distance away. Guests enjoyed ripe, pungent Italian cheeses and antipasti with fine wines, before pizzas were created to guests’ orders.
The new premises, Salvi’s Mozzarella Bar, will be part of a major redevelopment of the Corn Exchange, previously the Triangle shopping centre. Salvi’s will feature an outdoor dining and drinking area, as well as an open kitchen inside, at the heart of the restaurant.