This is actually three eateries in one. Anthony's, the fine-dining restaurant, is in an art gallery-like space on the ground floor of the Corn Exchange. The chef takes many chances, and the results are hugely rewarding to lovers of creative cuisine. Main courses change frequently but can include rib-eye steak with baby squid and baby gem lettuce or a palate cleanser of black sesame seed ice cream. There are fixed-price menus for lunch (three courses, £22.50) and dinner
(six courses, £45). In the courtyard outside is a less formal cafe that serves sandwiches and salads, as well as fabulous homemade cupcakes with "infusions" of cappucino or lemon fizz. Upstairs there's a brasserie called Piazza by Anthony that serves grills and gastropub favorites and a patisserie in the Victoria Quarter shopping arcade.
Dec 15, 2013
Its gone bust again and now is s cocktail bar. since I have to write 200 characters to make this silly think take a submission I will continue. Since its gone bust I think it is back to only a single building, certainly one is down