Salvi’s Cucina, Manchester


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I have recently been fortunate enough to be invited (along with a few other very talented people) to be an official blogger for the Italian Food Awards, therefore I thought it would be as good as time as any to start visiting some of the Italian Restaurants in-and-around Manchester and the North-West to see what they had to offer (and hopefully convey some kind of knowledge on the subject)!

So on a chilly but beautifully sunny Saturday afternoon in Manchester I headed over (with my new foodie dining companion) to the highly recommended Salvi’s Cucina for lunch.

Located in prime real estate on John Dalton Street in the centre of town, Salvi’s Cucina is a Naples-style eatery serving up ‘authentic’ Italian dishes, and is an extension to their Mozzarella Bar in the Corn Exchange that opened in 2011 . Thin-crust pizzas, fresh pasta, and of course their signature mozzarella (made with buffalo…

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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