Already celebrated as the Best Place to Eat in the UK twice and growing quite the cult following across the country, Dishoom is a stellar addition to the Manchester food and drink scene. The first restaurant opened in Covent Garden way back in 2010 but it’s nice to finally have one Up North. I'm not…
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Dishoom brings Indian breakfast and small plates to Manchester.
After making waves across the capital and Edinburgh, this is their first site in Manchester, opening up in the multi-million pound redevelopment of Grade II-listed building Manchester Hall. The restaurants are inspired by Bombay’s old Irani cafes.
Famed for their breakfasts, they offer up Bombay omelettes, naan rolls filled with sausages, eggs and bacon, as well as kejriwal, which is two fried eggs on chilli cheese toast. For their all-day menu, there’s everything from lamb samosas to prawn koliawada, (comes with tamarind and date chutney), and larger plates like biryani, masala and tikka. For drinks there’s cocktails and sharbats, which are special fruit juices.
- Happily Affordable
Dishoom Manchester, 32, Bridge Street, M3 3BT