A restaurant in Manchester has launched a new bottomless brunch menu that includes pan-Asian dishes and unlimited drinks for 90 minutes, every day of the week.
Tampopo has been a feature of Manchester’s restaurant scene for almost two decades and serves Asian-inspired cuisine from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan.
The popular restaurant now has four locations in Manchester, in Albert Square, the Corn Exchange and two locations in the Trafford Centre.
Last week, they announced the launch of their bottomless brunch menu which will be available daily between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m.
In a statement posted on its website, the restaurant said, “The news you’ve all been waiting for: we’re dizzy to announce that Bottomless Brunch has arrived in Tampopo! And we’re launching it with an irresistible introductory offer:
“You can select your dishes from our entire menu: any starter, including platters to share, any main course, any dessert.
“Treat yourself. You deserved it. And even if you didn’t, we won’t tell anyone.
“As always, spontaneous visits are welcome. And remember: it really is always 5 a.m. somewhere…”
The menu includes dishes of different spice levels, from mild to very spicy, such as Katsu Curry, Duck Tamarind, Tonkotsu Ramen, and Pad Krapow Khai.
Customers can choose from sweet roti pancakes with a variety of toppings, mango sorbet, or churros for dessert.
The unlimited drinks offered are Prosecco, Bellini, Tiger beer and SangSom, a Thai rum and coke.
There’s even a non-alcoholic apple and elderflower lemonade option for designated drivers or those who don’t drink.
The Bottomless Brunch is available to book now, with prices starting at £34.95 for two courses and £37.95 for three courses.
A TripAdvisor member described the restaurant as a “gem” and commented: “The food was excellent, the cocktails good and all reasonably priced.
“Good spread of meat and veg options – the meat sharing platter for starter was fresh, tender and super tasty. The staff was perfect – friendly, helpful and really kind.
“The place itself was modern, stylish and clean. I love the open kitchen and being able to see/hear the chefs in the kitchen.
“I look forward to having the opportunity to go back. »
Another said: ‘I had the sweet corn fritters as I always do because the dip is heaven.
“I then had the Singapore Vegetable and Tofu Curry which was also delicious. I finished with the mochi balls which I had never had before and really enjoyed them, then finished it all off with a decadent Vietnamese coffee.
“Fabulous service as ever. We’ve been coming to Tampopo since the late 90’s and have always been happy with the food.
To learn more about Bottomless Brunch at Tampopo, visit their website: https://tampapo.co.uk/