Vertigo is a chain of 3 vegan restaurants in Manchester. We’ve been for dinner earlier this week and I loved it! I will share my thoughts on the three course meal we had, so prepare to see some delicious food.
They are participating in the Eat Out to Help Out campaign, but, as it is the end of the month, it’s unlikely they have free spaces left on Monday; but the food is so good that I will visit them again next month. The staff were very friendly and we’ve received our food very fast, about 10 minutes between dishes or even less, so it was great. A 3 course meal at them is £20 per person and the drinks are a few pounds on top of that. Furthermore, they offer free tap water with some mint in it and the bottle was refilled without us having to ask for it.
Hoi Sin Seiten Bao Buns, Sesame. These were so good. As usual, my husband and I shared all the dishes, so I had a proper taste of all of them. The buns were delicious and my husband enjoyed it too.
Satay Skewers, Satay Sauce, Sambal was a bit spicy, but just the right amount for me. The sauces are in their little cups, so you can add as much or as little as you want. My husband liked this too.
Peanut Butter Dhaal, Raita, Rice was another dish I wanted to try. I love peanut butter in savoury dishes and I loved this one. My husband found it a bit too spicy for his taste.
Mushroom Bourginion Pie, Mashed Potato, Gravy, Cabbage was amazing! I love gravy, my husband not so much, so I’ve had all the gravy for myself. It was such a lovely dish and the mashed potatoes were very good.
Warm Apple & Plum Tart, Vanilla Ice Cream. This is the dessert my husband wanted to try and he loved it. I had a taste and it was good. But I was very keen on my lemon cheesecake, so we enjoyed the desserts separately.
Lemon Cheesecake, smooth, delicious, lemony, just perfect.
Vertigo has 3 locations in Manchester: Royal Exchange, 18 Cross Street, Manchester, M2 7AE; Jack Rosenthal Street, Manchester, M15 4RA; Bridge House, MediaCity M50 2BH.