Vertigo's interior is warm, inviting, with lots of recycled wood and I especially love the lighting, but as there were lots of people eating I did not take too many interior shots, not wanting to impinge on their dining experience.
Vertigo fully open on the 3rd January, but had a soft launch just before Christmas to find their feet, so offer a small menu and specials board.
I chose a falafel, spinach and chilli jam sandwich and Steven ordered roast tomato soup, both served with Trove sourdough the best in Manchester in my opinion, its heavenly bread.
The sandwich was scrumptious, with plenty filling, great texture, lovely and moist with the chilli jam and wolfed down with a pot of peppermint tea, I loved the cute teapot.
The roast tomato soup was equally good, rich, delicious and thick and mopped up the sourdough bread, it made for a perfect lunch.
We had a chat with owner Michael and General Manager Dillon, who are enthusiastic about the new venture and I look forward to visiting in the New Year, to see what else is on the menu. Vertigo is situated near the Royal Exchange Theatre and it is great to find a vegan eatery over that side of the city, as normally I would have to head over to the Northern Quarter, noted for its vegan scene. Highly recommended.