Manchester City’s new, luxury, 100,000-square-foot salad bar will open in the next few weeks, it has been confirmed.
It is set to be named after the salad hall in the City Football Group’s Manchester City Football Club, a former hotel and gymnasium which is currently owned by the club.
The new, 200,000 sq ft restaurant will sit next to the new ground that the club will build on the site of the old Old Trafford Stadium.
It will have a menu similar to that of the existing Salaam restaurant in Manchester, but will be more exclusive, with salads in a more contemporary style.
It comes as the City are keen to attract more Chinese tourists, with a new Chinese restaurant opening in the city later this year, and another restaurant in the new Asian-themed development in the South of England.
The Salaah Restaurant in Manchester will offer the Chinese dishes such as Sichuan Beef with Sichu Sauce, Shrimp Fried Rice with a Sichua Sauce, and Chinese Chicken Wings with Shrimp Sauce.
The first salaam in Manchester is expected to open next month.