The brand new restaurant at the Genting Club on Portland Street Manchester is now open, following the completion of the first phase of the major refurbishment which is currently underway at the venue.
The restaurant, which is called the Fahrenheit Grill and has space for 80 diners, offers a new, premium dining experience in the heart of the city. The restaurant name is inspired by the unique Josper Grills used in the preparation of some of the dishes, which can reach temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Dishes which feature on the new menu include; 35 day matured "Mathers Black Gold" fillet of Scotch beef; seared sea bass fillet; and Josper roasted lobster and monkfish loin.
Fahrenheit Grill also boasts an impressive wine list available by both the glass and bottle.
Head chef at Fahrenheit Grill at Genting Club Manchester, James Manham, says; "It’s really exciting to have the Fahrenheit Grill open and ready for business. The Josper Grill we have in the kitchen is a delight to cook with. It combines the features of an enclosed oven with the traditional characteristics of a barbecue to maintain the high cooking temperature. It is this unique cooking method which really helps to enhance the flavours, particularly when preparing the high quality steaks we source.
"You won’t find a better steak in Manchester." He added.
The food and drink offering at the Genting Club Manchester, and across Genting’s provincial estate, has been masterminded by ex Head Chef at Claridge’s, Paul Farr. Paul joined Genting earlier this year after nine years at the famous London restaurant. He said of the new restaurant at the Genting Club; "People don’t generally tend to associate casinos with a quality dining experience, however that is exactly what you will get at the new Fahrenheit Grill in Manchester. We have invested a lot of time and effort in to developing the very best cooking techniques and sourcing the highest quality ingredients for the menu, and have worked equally hard to create a stylish, premium, but relaxed ambience in the restaurant.
"The atmosphere is only heightened by the nearby gaming floor and casino surroundings. If you haven’t dined in a casino before I think you will be very pleasantly surprised."
Paul added; "Diners at the Fahrenheit Grill do not have to be members of the Genting Club and there is no requirement for diners to game, although they are of course very welcome to do so if they wish."
Work on phase two of the refurbishment at the Genting Club continues, with a new bar and work to update and modernise the gaming floor and reception area, still to be completed. The whole project will be completed later this year.
To find out more, to see a menu or to make a booking please visit www.gentingcasinos.co.uk/club/manchester/restaurant/
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