Another new dining experience is set to grace Manchester’s busy street in the form of Far Eastern persuasion restaurant; Taberu. Coming to the city this summer, the asian inspired eatery will add further diversity to the North West’s selection.
Named after the Japanese word for eat, Taberu gives slight hint at what some of the menu choices may be. With mentions of bao, steamed buns, noodles and salads set to grace the menu.
Drinks will offer fusions from across the Far East, covering both bar selections and more comforting options, such as an array of Chinese Teas.
The sole purpose of the venture will be to function as a take-away, with limited availability to dine inside. The jury will be out until tested on the quality and taste of Taberu, but the owners reputation precedes them in the best possible way.
Victor and Vinny Yu are the brother dining duo behind award-winning haunt Yu in Alderley Edge. Having established success with their previous venture, the Yu’s take note from the restaurants influences and personally spent six months in Hong King to gain a feel for authentic Far East Cuisine. The new menu is dubbed as ‘healthy fast food’, catering to the fast food market in a nutritionally conscious way.
“We’re incredibly excited about opening Taberu,” said Victor. “Yu in Alderley Edge has been open for over a year now and we felt the time was right to explore a different concept, which will focus mainly on lunch time trade. The site on King Street was exactly what we were looking for and our menu, which we’ve worked on with a number of excellent chefs, has a good variety of healthy, affordable options that offer something different to the normal sandwich people are keen to get away from.”
To keep updated and view the menu when available, visit Taberu on Twitter.