Worcestershire-based Sprint Group kitted out the bar and restaurant facilities at Albert’s Schloss in Manchester, which opened over the weekend.
Sprint’s specialist team installed the kitchen equipment and bar fridges at the palatial venue beneath The Albert Hall in Peter Street, owned by Trof and Revolution Vodka Bar co-founder Neil Macleod. In total the venue was kitted out over the space of 6 months.
The venue’s large kitchen has its own in-house bakery creating pretzels, cinnamon buns, sourdough loaves and waffles and the bar will be brewing its own range of traditional schnapps.
Capable of handling more than 1,000 covers a day, the kitchen also boasts specialist cooking kit such as a 215-litre stock pot to create the basis for reduction sauces in many of the Germanic dishes on the menu.
A large bar with a copper lighting rig sits in the middle of the room. Around 80% of the materials used to build and decorate the venue are reclaimed, including floorboards from a whisky distillery and doors from the former BBC studios on Oxford Road.