Filthy Cow burgers to open in Manchester

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Sick of the North being overshadowed by London food trends, the people behind Filthy Cow burgers say they want to ‘change the face of dining in Manchester’. A pretty tall order for a humble junk food – especially considering the fact that so many London and global burger brands are on the march in Manchester this year.

Five Guys are planning their second site there (in Ashton-under-Lyne) while Byron are also plotting a new Mancunian branch, plus there’s home-grown talent like Almost Famous.

But Filthy Cow appear to be up for the challenge and say they have carried out months of ‘covert investigations’ into the existing burger scene. The result, opening in late February on Tib Lane, will be a restaurant that indulges burgers connoisseurs’ ‘wildest meat fantasies’ (whatever those might be).

On the menu: locally sourced beef burgers, skin on chips, ‘slaw and onion rings. To drink there is a range of milkshakes, craft beers and a weekly changing wine list.

Filthy Cow will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, as well as operating a take-away service.

 

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