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Treat your groom-to-be with a luxurious meal at Peter Street Kitchen

Treat your groom-to-be with a luxurious meal at Peter Street Kitchen: Image 1 Peter Street Kitchen have unveiled their collaboration with the iconic house of Moët & Chandon, featuring a blooming installation of cherry blossom petals and Japanese folding fans in stunning hues of blush and fuchsia, alongside signature tasting menu experiences, and an expertly-curated selection of elegant Moët & Chandon Champagnes. Launching Sunday 16th February, grooms-to-be can enjoy their Moët Moment for two months this springtime – until Sunday 19th April.
 
At Peter Street Kitchen, Manchester’s elegant celebrity hotspot, indulge in a bespoke six-course Omakase menu impeccably paired with renowned Moët & Chandon vintages. Priced at £120pp, guests are invited to delight in options such as rich Seared beef tataki with truffle ponzu paired with the bright fruitiness of Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial, or Tiger prawn tempura with wasabi mayo & spicy ponzu alongside Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2012 – chosen to stand up to the dish’s spiciness, all the while allowing its crisp acidity to help season. Also on the menu is Bincho Grill Chilli-and-lemon-roasted baby chicken served with a young, yet wonderfully rounded Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2012. The menu is complete with a Baked white chocolate cheesecake & Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial sorbet elegantly paired with Moët & Chandon Ice Impérial Rosé; designed to be served on ice due to its higher dosage, making it the perfect match for this rich and indulgent dessert.
 
Also on offer amongst the gorgeous pink hues of Peter Street Kitchen’s new blossoming interior is the semi-private Hibachi dining experience; a seven-course signature tasting menu served on the restaurant’s enviable Hibachi table. Priced at £135pp, delights on the exclusive menu include Yellowtail sashimi with spicy yuzu soy, King crab tempura with ama ponzu and Chilean sea bass yasai zuke. All dishes are, of course, perfectly paired with elegant Moët & Chandon Champagnes for a truly luxury experience on one of Manchester’s most sought-after dining tables.  
 
Finally, throughout the season, enjoy The Sakura Blossom; a bespoke cocktail created by Peter Street Kitchen’s in-house mixologists using Roku gin, CEL-24 sake, Pama liqueur, yuzu juice, jasmine & orange foam and finished with Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial. The Sakura Blossom pays homage to Peter Street Kitchen’s cherry blossom inspiration with Japanese liquor, floral flavours and stunning rosy tones of Moët & Chandon.
 
Full vegetarian tasting menus are also available, alongside Peter Street Kitchen’s a la carte, set and brunch menus.

To find out more, visit www.thekitchensrestaurants.co.uk/peter-street-kitchen

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