New Wave Thai BBQ Restaurant, DISTRICT, Launches Unique Exclusive 1st Anniversary Menu


New wave Thai cuisine has announced a unique menu to celebrate its first anniversary.

DISTRICT, The Northern Quarter’s Alternative Thai Dining Experience has wowed crowds with its cutting-edge cuisine since opening in 2021.

Its menus explore progressive barbecue cooking focusing on traditional Thai cuisine, but gives it a modern touch. It draws inspiration from other cultures to fuse together a tasting menu unlike anything you’ve ever eaten before, so talking about a unique birthday will delight the ears and taste buds of many.

Taking place on the May 27 and 28the kitchen will celebrate 365 days of intercontinental cooking with a Synthwave soundtrack provided by Manchester’s own Nite school.

The menu will be full of unique dishes that we will no longer find on the menu, designed by the team’s expert chefs.

They haven’t given much away on what will be available at the exclusive foodie event just yet, but you can expect all of DISTRICT’s mastery with deconstructed and reinvented Thai dishes leading the way.

Each dish will also be accompanied by a drink and the evening will end with an all-night party to celebrate the restaurant’s first year of service!

DISTRICT emerged after the owners of Tokyo Ramen saw a gap in the market for a neo-futuristic take on Bangkok street food in the city.

Thai inspiration allows District to put things like “Not Tacos” on the menu: perfectly formed chunks of beef brisket saturated with a juicy coconut-infused curry, served on a ‘pancake’ – heavily influenced by southern Thai ‘roti’, certainly not a taco.

The venue also earned a prestigious spot in the Michelin guide and received outstanding reviews from major publications such as The Times during its short stint as a restaurant.

You can book a table for the exclusive birthday celebrations via the link below…

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