Manchester Hall

32 Bridge Street


M3 3BT

0161 537 3737

Dishoom arrived in Manchester in style with a glorious adaptation of part of the the former Freemasons Hall and a special that pays homage to the city's love of pies.  In India Nalli Nihari, a lavishly spiced, slow-cooked stew dating back to the Mughal era, uses mutton or goat. Here it’s lamb shank, which Dishoom exec chef Naved Nasir has folded into the rice of a biryani and stuck a feather light blanket of pastry on top. Dishoom's roots in Indian home cooking and Mumbai’s Irani cafes means it is surprisingly vegan friendly, too.

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