Monday 13th of October 2014
Car Hire Manchester Airport staff will be sampling some of the delights on offer during the National Curry week.
It is national Curry week and in Manchester where it is considered the curry capital of the North West, there is a vast offering of Indian restaurants to enjoy
From Rusholme’s famous Curry Mile to the city centre’s glut of eateries and the hidden gems out in the suburbs of Greater Manchester, there are plenty of places to enjoy the nation’s favourite cuisine. So to mark the start of National Curry Week here is a list of some of the top recommendations
First up is the Indian Tiffin Room Chapel Street, Cheadle. A new concept in Indian dining, the dishes served up here are a world away from anything you would find in your average curry house. As the name suggests, south Indian Tiffin dishes are the cornerstone of the street food inspired menu, which features plenty of flavoursome dosas (Indian pancakes), vadas (donut-shaped savoury fritters), plus much, much more.
East Z East is a high-end Indian dining experience; East Z East prides itself on its authentic Punjabi cuisine served up in elegant surroundings. The award-winning chain has two branches in Manchester city centre, as well as restaurants in Whitefield and further away in Liverpool, Preston and Birmingham. Its extensive menu isn’t short of choice for anyone, but vegetarians are particularly well catered for.
Punjab is one of the smallest and most unassuming restaurants along the Curry Mile. It is easy to miss, with no staff outside to lure in passers-by along Wilmslow Road like so many of its rivals. That’s because it doesn’t need them, the food is enough to keep tempting those in the know back time and time again. It’s arguably among the best and most authentic Indian cuisine to be found on the bustling strip, if not the whole of Manchester, and offers one of the most extensive vegetarian selections around.