We’ve teamed up with Australasia, a bar and dining destination like no other in Manchester, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win an Australasian dining experience with three friends.
Following dinner, the winner and their guests will enjoy a round of cocktails at Australasia’s Bar & Terrace, a city-centre colonial style bar with heated terrace and canopied outdoor garden. The drinks menu rivals that of any other bar in Manchester. Its unique Sake collection and signature cocktails are second to none.
Not bound by tradition, Australasia’s collaboration of artistic chefs have flirted with new flavours and toyed with ingredients – ensuring that, today, the restaurant’s menu is as creative as ever. With two ways to dine – local and traditional, diners can opt for smaller dishes to share, local; or a starter and main, traditional. Australasia specialises in modern Australian cuisine combined with Pacific Rim flavours, which are underpinned by European cooking tradition and Indonesian and Southeast Asian influences. Australia’s strong routes with Japan have also helped steer the style of the offer. Dishes are executed in true Australasia style – with imagination and skill.
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Simply choose the correct answer to the following question to be entered into this free prize draw:
In what city can you find the restaurant Australasia?
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