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A brand new Eastern inspired restaurant bar in the heart of Manchester's bustling Peter Street, Asha's is a destination for sought after Indian dishes, experimental cocktails and far flung flavours.

Brought to Manchester by prominent Bollywood star Asha Bhosle, and set to be her 10th edible domain in the UK, Asha hopes to bring this overtly successful brand to the city, enticing the city's palate. Found in the once infamous Baby Grand, Asha's will boast two floors set over 6,000 square feet. Upstairs will host a 100 cover restaurant, while downstairs will be home to a 70 strong cocktail bar and liquid lounge. 

Boasting intrinsically Indian flavours alongside a sumptuous selection of cocktail creations, Asha's will be a destination for those that like their dishes classic with a hint of modern cooking, but their cocktails inventive. Set alongside authentic yet contemporary interiors, Asha's is sure to be a hot to trot dinner haunt for Manchester's hungry.


  • Wheelchair Access
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Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 0:00
Tuesday 12:00 0:00
Wednesday 12:00 0:00
Thursday 12:00 0:00
Friday 11:00 2:00
Saturday 11:00 2:00
Sunday 12:00 0:00



Asha's, 47, Peter Street, M2 3NG




  • Cuisine

    This venue serves Indian food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Contemporary Indian dining grounded in authentic flavours and bursting with colour and spice. Using bold and new ingredients to such a traditional cuisine, try their Guinea Fowl, Duck and Lobster variations of curry offerings.

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Customer Reviews (1)

Our Review

We Put Manchester's Fanciest Indian Restaurant To The Test

The best takeaway and my favourite country for food ever; the dishes from this part of the world sing to me in a way no others ever could. But what about taking things up a notch with an Indian restaurant that has a fine dining spin? Cue Asha's, Manchester city centre's answer to that very question…