Rigatoni’s – the latest addition to Manchester’s culinary scene – opens its doors today in Ancoats.
The pasta venture comes from the Manchester-born brothers who originally founded Sugo Pasta Kitchen, in Altrincham in 2015.
Having gathered a cult following over the last eight years, the team behind the brand have now developed Rigatoni’s, set to champion simplicity and affordability, bringing quality pasta to the masses.
Their commitment is to integrate pasta seamlessly into the everyday dining scene in the city, serving the communities for years to come.
This marks the beginning of Rigatoni’s launch roll-out, with two additional Greater Manchester locations scheduled to open in Altrincham and Sale on Tuesday (9th) and Wednesday (10th).
Rigatoni’s expertise lies with its house-made rigatoni made fresh at each site, which is meticulously crafted using a bronze die, resulting in a textured finish, designed to capture and complement the sauces ‘asciutta’ style. The menu features a diverse array of hearty pasta bowls, starting at an accessible £7.50.
Distinguished by its commitment to simplicity and quality, Rigatoni’s offers a range of sauce options, including Nduja Meatballs in Amatriciana Sauce.
Alex de Martiis, co-founder said “Rigatoni’s marks a new beginning for our restaurants. Our aim is to serve our communities for years to come with a quality, accessible and uncomplicated menu.
“So far we have seen an incredible reception for Rigatoni’s, and we are looking forward to welcoming old and new customers into our restaurants over the coming weeks”.
Rigatoni’s is also set to open its kitchen within Exhibition in the city centre this weekend, with Deliveroo and takeaways available from all venues.