The Real Greek to open new restaurant at Manchester’s Trafford Centre

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It will be the second Manchester branch for the Greek chain.

A new Greek restaurant is set to open in the Trafford Centre on 1 March.

The Real Greek is launching its second branch in the city, following on from the opening of its restaurant at the Corn Exchange at the end of last year.

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The new restaurant is offering 50% discounts on the main menu from 1-3 March for sit-in diners.

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And it will offer takeaways too via Uber Eats and Deliveroo, along with click and collect, later in March.

The chain has 23 sites now in the UK and offers traditional and contemporary Greek meze dishes, flame-grilled meats, souvlaki wraps and salads, with vegan options too and a choice of Greek wines.

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Nabil Mankarious, managing director at The Real Greek, said: “The new opening in Manchester’s Trafford Centre is such a positive move for The Real Greek. A big ambition was to open in the North, and with our Corn Exchange restaurant in Manchester already flourishing, we are really excited to bring our second restaurant to the vibrant and busy city.

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“We look forward to seeing the potential of this venue, particularly as tourism begins to open up again in Manchester. Newcastle, Eldon Square is our next destination, continuing our expansion in the north.”

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