Widening it's gaze to the centre of Manchester, the Indian Tiffin Room will be setting up shop in Manchester's new cultural quarter. The young duo behind this venture will be hoping to replicate the success of their two previous culinary projects, serving the very best food creations and spice combinations that the Sub-Continant has to offer.
The Indian Tiffin Room was first created by two southern Indian students, Suresh Raje Urs and Srini Sundaram, and initially established a name for itself by traveling to some of Manchester's busiest spots in their colourful food truck and dishing out their culinary creations to a more than eager crowd. As the queues got longer and longer, they expanded and opened a permanent, albeit tiny restaurant on Chapel Street in Cheadle. But limited by space and with demand at an all-time high, the dynamic duo now set their gaze on the city's centre, opening up a much larger joint near the newly built, multi-purpose Home venue.
Their menu is definitely worth its salt, after all, it has to be to break into Manchester's well-established curry scene. Serving dishes from all over India, guests have a chance to experience the exhausting heat and eye-opening spices of this wonderful land of language and culture. Whether you're enjoying a skewer of perfectly seasoned lamb kebab, chomping down on a Punjabi-style samosa or sweating your way through a Kerala Fish Curry, you'll definitely leave this metropolitan joint feeling full of life and with a masala-stained smile etched across your face.
A word from the chef:
Enjoy a range for delicious Indian dishes, such as Punjabi-style samosas and Kerala Fish Curry.
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