Sud Pasta to relaunch estate under new pasta kitchen concept

By James McAllister

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Manchester-based Sud Pasta to relaunch estate under new pasta kitchen concept in 2024

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Manchester-based restaurant group Sud Pasta is to close its four-strong estate at the end of the month and relaunch it early next year under a new concept.

Owners and brothers Michael and Alex de Martiis told customers they will be going 'back to their roots' of being a pasta kitchen for the people with the new concept, which has been developed to be more broadly affordable.

“When we started in 2015 as Sugo Pasta Kitchen, we could sell you an epic plate of pasta for £9-13,” the pair said in a statement. 

“We’ve been driven by market conditions, and have tried and mulled over a few iterations of Sud, but we don’t feel they’re the best way we can serve our loyal and valued customers and so we have made the decision to close.

“We’ll be keeping our current team and reopening our new pasta kitchen in all four of our locations, we look forward to sharing our next chapter.”

Michael and Alex de Martiis originally launched under the brand Sugo Pasta, but changed its name to Sud (meaning 'south' in Italian) earlier this year​ following a challenge from a rival business.

The group first opened in Altrincham in 2015 before going on to open sites in Ancoats, Sale, and Exhibition food hall on Peter Street in Manchester City Centre.

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