A Masterclass with Maray: Here’s how to create the famous Disco Cauliflower at home
With three restaurants across the city, Maray is now famous for its hearty dishes and we’ve got the low down on how to create the most famous dish on the menu.
Alongside speciality dishes and bespoke drinks, local produce and more, the Albert Dock Food Festival offered a fascinating programme of chef demos and masterclasses hosted by celeb Chef Andi Oliver, which encouraged visitors of all ages to make their favourite Albert Dock dishes at home.
Maray’s new 65-cover restaurant, located in Britannia Pavilion serves up the much-loved menu from it’s other two sites which includes crowd pleasing favourites such as lamb shawarma with herb feta, apricot and pistachio, falafel with hummus and tabouleh and of course the people’s champion – ‘Disco Cauliflower’ with tahini, yoghurt, harissa, chermoula and pomegranate.
The cocktail list includes the likes of the Seychelles Sanctuary; a tiki storm with French complexity, comprising of Takamaka Coconut rum, pineapple, jasmine green tea and Suze.
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Liverpool independent restaurant Maray has enjoyed phenomenal success since opening its first venue back in 2014. The Middle East, Mediterranean and North African inspired small plates menu is a FEAST for the senses. Beautifully presented dishes, delicious cocktails and wines look as good as they taste and smell.
This summer Maray opened its newest restaurant at the Albert Dock and already, the famous Disco Cauliflower has everyone talking. Set across two floors with spectacular views across the dock, Maray is the perfect venue to enjoy date night or group dining.