What's new on the menu for Autumn Winter at TRAFFORDCITY?

Autumn is here and with chilly days and darker nights TRAFFORDCITY restaurants and cafés are ready to raise our spirits with menus packed with seasonal slow cooked dishes, hearty soups and comforting puds.

And of course there's no better way of working up an appetite than a thrilling afternoon at one of our leisure attractions or why not combine a delicious dinner with a movie at ODEON cinema?

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Mushroom season at Carluccio's

Mushroom season is perhaps the most exciting time of the year for Carluccio's, and this year they have created a collection of indulgent specials inspired by ‘the quiet hunt’ - Antonio’s favourite pastime of foraging for fungi, and as always, his philosophy of MOF MOF; minimum of fuss and maximum of flavour. Mushroom specials include delicious dishes such as Mushroom Fonduta, Porcini & Portobello Risotto, and much more!

Find out more here.

All heart at All Bar One

Whatever the occasion, we’re bringing the dreamy foodie goodness straight to your table, all day long. From our tapas small plates that are ideal for sharing (or not) to tempting lunch bites… oh and let's not forget our handmade burgers — we've got something that's just right for every mood.

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Play Factore Restaurant

There's bound to be some rumbling tums after all that fun to be had at Play Factore and their amazing Italian coffee shop and pizzeria is ready to help with fresh and healthy food for all the family to enjoy. Pizzas made to order and baked in their traditional pizza stone bake pizza oven, pasta dishes, deli style bagels, salads, healthy side snacks and sharing plates, not to mention a varied choice in smaller portions for our younger guests to enjoy.

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Tempt those taste buds at Chill Factore

Whether refuelling between snow sessions; enjoying a drink and a laugh; a spot of lunch or planning an important event, Chill Factore has something to tempt your taste buds. You'll find everything from fresh thinking eatery Bodo & Layke and a traditional pub mixed with an alpine atmosphere at Wetherspoon to over 50 different flavours of ice cream at Paul's ice cream. And not forgetting everyone's favourite flame-grilled chicken at Nando's and a reviving coffee at the Lift Up Cafe.

Discover more here.

  • Mushroom season at Carluccio's
  • Slow cooked chicken at Cafe Rouge
  • Jackfruit salad bowl at Bill's

Fall for autumn at Café Rouge

For their Autumn menu, Café Rouge's executive chef has created a collection of filling and satisfying dishes to warm the heart when there’s a distinct chill in the air and the nights begin to draw in. Comfort foods including roasted root vegetables, slow-cooked chicken and pulled brisket of beef feature on this menu - and the flavours are really brought to life with thyme, tarragon, bay leaf and ras el hanout.

Check out the menu here.

Nourishing goodness at Bill's

Bill's newly refurbished restaurant is welcoming in the new season with its autumn menu focussing on vegetarian and vegan dishes. Highlights from the new menu include Jackfruit Salad Bowl with spicy smoked chilli sauce with mixed grains and rice, edamame beans, red cabbage, toasted cashew nuts, lettuce with a mint and lime yoghurt or enjoy a Roasted Butternut Squash and Feta Risotto with baby spinach and courgette, topped with shredded fennel salad and toasted pumpkin seeds.

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New winter menu at Las Iguanas

Get ready to take your taste buds on a flavour journey from the beaches of Brazil to the streets of Mexico and the steak houses of Argentina. This Summer enjoy a host of brand new additions made lovingly by the Las Iguanas chefs. There's a whole host of new dishes that are taking residence alongside your classic favourites, like the Xinxim & Moqueca, Fajitas & Burritos, all made from scratch. Are you ready?

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Watch this space as we discover more fresh flavours...

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