Altrincham eatery focuses on toast

November 1, 2017 by  

Altrincham’s new restaurant, Toast is delivering meals based on its name.

Since its recent opening, the establishment has served up puddings and other dishes on toast. Leaflet printers in Altrincham can be used to showcase fresh ideas in the local catering sector.

The joint proprietor of Toast, Justin Orange, told the Manchester Evening News:

“It’s been eighteen months in the making, but it’s been well worth the wait. It’s a beautiful building. We’ve planned everything in detail, so all you have to do is turn up, relax and enjoy.”

The breakfast menu combines innovation with affordability. Toast lovers may select eggs for £5, avocado and mushrooms for £6.50, or a more substantial bacon-based meal with black pudding for £7.

Some of the coffee is being provided by the local roasting specialist Heart and Graft. However, variety is being delivered by Couch Grind Coffee, a start-up established by David Seymour, who once played rugby for Sale Sharks.

The concept eatery has a chef with plenty of restaurant experience. Edward Carr has a CV which features Eleven Madison Park and The Fat Duck. So he has a lot to live up to on the Stamford New Road.

Toast is situated in a city-region where concept restaurants are becoming more popular. The owners have opted for a former bank as a location. Customers can sit in either of the two distinct sections of the building.