What comes to mind when you think of fine dining? Perhaps it’s starched white tablecloths and not a single piece of cutlery out of place.
Or maybe it’s an elaborate, multi-course tasting menu where the ingredients are reeled off as if you’re in an episode of MasterChef.
There are certain preconceived notions about these environments, the words stuffy or intimidating might spring to mind. But in recent years, the face of fine dining has begun to shift thanks in part to a group of young chefs eager to make it more accessible.
One of those individuals is Tom Barnes. The chef, originally from Barrow-in-Furness confirmed late last year that he would be opening his first restaurant in Manchester, a 36-cover restaurant in the NOMA neighbourhood of the city. Try MEN Premium now with our amazing New Year offer...Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk