Triangoli, tagliatelle and more - made fresh for you
There are plenty of factories in Manchester – as you’d expect in a place with such an important role in the industrial revolution – but none more delicious than The Pasta Factory.
And good news about The Pasta Factory, it’s re-opened.
All these industrial workers need feeding, whether they’re making cotton in the mills or tap, tap, tapping on a laptop.
After a hard day’s graft, get yourself to The Pasta Factory for a truly satisfying meal. There are authentic Italian antipasti and snacks, a great wine selection and, as the name suggests, plenty of pasta.
It may be called The Pasta Factory, but this isn’t the sort of stuff that gets soullessly churned out in a cavernous industrial unit. No. The pasta at The Pasta Factory is made with love and knowledge by people who adore pasta.
Fresh and silky, the bucatini, the mezzi pacheri neri and the ravioli neri would all get nonna’s seal of approval. They certainly get ours.
The agnolotti piemontesi is a must, as is the vegetarian triangoli – packed with spinach and potato and served with a summery selection of tomato, basil and courgette flowers. The cashews add an extra flavour that make this dish really stand out.
Because The Pasta Factory is spick, span, socially distanced and ready to serve you in these strange times. After all, we still need food so let’s make it good food.
Support local businesses. Support independents. Get yourself down to 77 Shudehill for some seriously amazing pasta.
What’s more, The Pasta Factory will be offering up to £10 off per person Tuesday and Wednesday in August as part of the government’s Eat Out to Help Out drive. You can book now for August.
To assist with organising the space available, please book ahead if possible but walk-ins are still welcome.
Take away and delivery are also still available via Uber Eats and Deliveroo.
The Pasta Factory’s new opening hours are:
Tuesday – Thursday: 5pm – 10pm
Friday: 5pm – 10.30pm
Saturday: midday – 10.30pm
Sunday: midday – 9.30pm