Mexican makeover for craft bar

Mexican makeover for craft bar

On Friday Salisbury residents and visitors can enjoy an authentic Mexican experience in the heart of the city at the newly-refurbished independent restaurant Tinga.

Formerly known as Danny’s Craft Bar & Kitchen the restaurant has been transformed from an American style dining, specialist ales and sports style bar into a wonderland of Mexican design.

The official opening is tomorrow, Friday, November 16. From then, an exquisite menu with traditional Latin American dishes and a wide selection of cocktails will be on offer.

The chosen name, Tinga, a traditional Mexican chicken dish, can of course be found on the menu.

After paving the way for Craft Bars in Salisbury, hospitality operators Dave Hancock and Aimee Ullah, who previously ran Danny’s Bar & Kitchen, decided to give the business a new identity, look and feel to offer the city something completely different.

Dave and Aimee said: “We are very excited to be revealing our brand-new concept restaurant and bar, which incorporates months of research, hard work from many different people and lots of original objects that we brought back from Mexico during our travels.”

The restaurant boasts striking interiors, including a 3D wall, designed by Dib Dab Designs, transporting guests to the trendy Juárez district of Mexico City.

“Each element of the venue has been considered in huge detail by our fantastic local designers, Dib Dab Designs. We’ve employed a consultant chef to ensure our menu is authentically Mexican, and we’ve partnered with Bacardi to create a specialised premium cocktail list,” Dave and Aimee added.

You can find Tinga on Salt Lane, Salisbury.

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