Six by Nico in Manchester has once again planned to open their doors on Monday 13th July, with the much loved menu ‘The Chippie’.
The conceptual dining experience, brainchild of Scottish-Italian chef Nico Simeone, will present “The Chippie 2.0” at its restaurants across the UK to reignite the series of evolving dining experiences.
Following twelve weeks of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the team have now announced that the eagerly anticipated first six-course menu will be the hugely popular take on the traditional fish and chip shop
The menu was the first theme introduced to launch the Manchester restaurant last July, and the Liverpool restaurant in November, and has been elevated and refined to offer Six by Nico customers an extraordinary new & nostalgic food and drink adventure.
Items on the menu have been creatively re-imaged, with extra contemporary twists, to give customers old and new, a fun and unexpected dining experience. Dishes on ‘The Chippie 2.0’ menu include;
As always, there will also be a vegetarian option available for each course.
Chef Nico Simeone said: “The Chippie was originally designed to bring a sense of fun & nostalgia, and when talking to our team and Six by Nico community about which menu we wanted to re-open with, it was clear we wanted to bring those feelings back.
The Chippie was a hugely popular menu across all of our restaurants the first time around, and so not only does this mean our existing customers get the opportunity to experience a new version, but it gives us the chance to share it with even more people the second time around”.
Restaurants will re-open with a reduced capacity and for the first time ever, Six by Nico Manchester and Liverpool will be open on Mondays. In one sitting, Manchester will welcome up to 48 guests, and Liverpool up to 78 guests.
Diners can now book a table now for ‘The Chippie 2.0’, which will run from Wednesday July 15th – Sunday 6th September. Open from midday, Monday through to Sunday, each six-course menu will be available from noon to night. The menu will be priced at £29 per person and diners will have the option to enjoy an expertly selected wine pairing for an additional £26.