Flavours of New Zealand Welcome in Manchester

Manchester’s Oxford Road has welcomed a brand new addition to its thriving food and drink scene. This time, it’s the turn of Tahi – a first-of-its-kind restaurant bringing the flavours of New Zealand to the city, Jenna Campbell writes for the Manchester Evening News.

Located within Manchester’s vibrant new neighbourhood, Circle Square, it’s been brought to life by one of the founders behind the hugely successful Tamper Coffee in Sheffield. Established by New Zealand native, Jonathan Perry, a distinct Kiwi identity and accent runs through the design and food at the 102-cover restaurant, Campbell reports.

“The space is a homage to the art, culture and design of New Zealand, designed around elements of the country’s landscape and its diversity,” Perry says.

Original article by Jenna Campbell, Manchester Evening News, August 16, 2022.

Photo by Kenny Brown.

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