[Manchester] ostara restaurant chorlton
great food great wine great ambience. and now great service.
funny location with a roaring bus stop right outside and a big dirty road sign for longsight
well appointed high quality interior sets the mood for serious eating.
the wine list is extensive and interesting.
the menu is based on fresh. local organic produce treated simply. good cooking is when food tastes of what it is.
of the starters the venison scotch egg is perhaps the most interesting [although the accomopanying pickle is a bit sour]
pick of the mains have to be the wild trout and the chicken asparagus steamed pudding. both are generous and superb. the veg is always perfectly and simply cooked
desserts are uniformly good, the choclate brownie is particularly lush.
eat there soon.
although the menu is quite simple the specials are starting to look really attractive. its everything that the jockey on the green isnt .
unfortunately they arent open all day, just form 5 during weekdays and all day at weekends but you should go. and you should make the effort to og