i wanted to try food from currymile before i left to go back to the states and we chose this place as it was large enough for 8 people to a table & still fit comfortably and the atmosphere was lively so it didn't feel too uncomfortable to have big conversations!
it was a few of us's first time but we were recommended the curry dishes by a particular friend that's been here before! i wanted to try lentils so i opted for daal tarka with medium spice level! it was my first time try pilau rice as well and it was super good--soft and fluffy! the portions were large so overall for the price, it was worth it!
the rest of us shared amongst themselves w sides of rice and drinks! the sea bass looked really yummy as well! i was very satisfied with this being my last meal in manchester until then next time!
the service was really nice and was easy to talk to! the food came out fairly quickly and all together so it really did a nice job! it's a nice place for friends, family, and even for more romantic duos!
It's hard to find a desi restaurant that serves good food and had nice décor. My Lahore knocks it out of the park with both. Their customer service skills lack a bit but the food makes up for it. I don't find the food to be authentic but they don't claim their food is authentic either but more of a UK/PK fusion. I got the chicken burger with fries which was really tasty but the bun was very soggy so I had to remove the bottom half before I could attempt to eat it. The fries were ok. My cousin tried the fish burger and said that it was really tasty. We also got some falooda but it was just okay. A couple of us also ordered the garlic cheese naan to go but I wish we ate it there because by the time we got to it, the butter was soaked in the bread which made it really salty.
Prices are a bit expensive if compared to the rest of the restaurants on this street but this one is deff. the most clean and well decorated out of all of them.