Set in the heart of foodie hub The Corn Exchange, this unique eatery delves out Indian street food. Boasting a relaxed atmosphere and rustic furnishings, it's a casual spot for dinners with friends or an excellent lunch time location after a trip around the shops.
Indian Restaurants In Manchester
From the traditional venues of the suburbs to contemporary street food diners in the city centre, this city is home to some of the finest eateries. Whether you're on the hunt for small plates with a side of slick cocktails or just a place to tuck into a curry alongside craft beers, get take a look at our selection of the best Indian restaurants in Manchester.
After causing round-the-block queues at its various London locations, Dishoom has taken its brand of classic Bombay style and cuisine north to Bridge Street. Offering a stunning selection of small plates and larger traditional dishes, it has the added bonus of bringing the breakfast goods with Indian-style eggs and an excellent naan roll.
Spinningfields spot Scene is in the running for the best Indian in Manchester city centre, mixing up a vibrant street food take. Plonk yourself on the outdoor terrace and tuck into the likes of railway burgers, stuffed chaats and a rich selection of curries. From 4pm, there's also shisha.
This Peter Street restaurant needs no introduction. Inspired by iconic singer Asha Bhosle, Asha's is a top choice out of all the Indian Manchester restaurants, a gilded palace of treats that include gosht dum biryani, Kodi curry and an 'Emperor's Platter' heaving with different dishes.
A former food truck turned bricks-and-mortar eatery on First Street, Indian Tiffin Room has more than made a name for itself serving up some top-notch food. From the delicious puris to juicy kebabs and even a unique take on Chinese cooking, it's one of the most impressive Indian restaurants in Manchester city centre.
For the best curry in Manchester, Rusholme's Mughli brings you stunning soul food every night of the week. With a focus on charcoal pit grilled meats and tasty small plates, the restaurant also whips up some unique cocktails to sip on, including a Punjabi pornstar and tamarind margarita.