This branch of the growing group of Indian cafés was the fourth dining venue to open in Manchester Hall, a Grade II listed building in the Spinningfields area of Manchester. It opened alongside Masons Restaurant Bar, pan-Asian restaurant Fable and Leeds-based Basque-inspired Pintura.
Harden's survey result
“An outstanding addition to Manchester” – JKS Restaurants and Shamil Thakrar’s phenomenal Indian street food chain is creating just as much of a stir up north, as it did in the big smoke, with its “refreshingly different, tasty and interesting” street food and “sumptuous” interior which makes “stylish use of an interesting space” (a grade II listed former Freemasons’ lodge). The “very unusual breakfast” goes down well too.
The famous bacon naan will finally hit Manchester in early December 2018 as this Mumbai-inspired chain opens in the grade II-listed Manchester Hall. This new addition has gone down a storm in Edinburgh – it will be bizarre if it doesn’t here too.
Dishoom Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Trendy hipster curry chain with well rehearsed service, in a warm and authentic feeling space. Overhyped but enjoyable "
|Wine per bottle||£23.50|
|Monday||8 am-11 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am-11 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am-11 pm|
|Thursday||8 am-11 pm|
|Friday||8 am-12 am|
|Saturday||9 am-12 am|
|Sunday||9 am-11 pm|