Manchester is world famous for its impressive musical heritage, having birthed the likes of Oasis, The Stone Roses and The
The UK celebrated the 21st annual National Curry Week last week. While COVID restrictions may have prevented people visiting their
It’s National Curry Week! Which is, of course, a great excuse to eat a copious amount of incredible Indian food.
We know that January is a month full of New Year resolutions, dry January, and a limited amount of money, especially after a costly Christmas month, but with only one week left of the amazing January restaurant deals that are out there, it would be a waste to let them go.
MM break down the most common types of curry variations, so the next time someone asks what to recommend you know what they’re talking about.
There are a handful of cafes that specialise in this pick-and-mix-style Indian cookery, and intriguingly, they’re mostly huddled within spitting distance of one another – tucked away down the alleys veering off Thomas Street in Northern Quarter.
The MM Curry Cast investigates Manchester Asian food culture, tastes Ziya’s new menu and gets the thoughts of some people in the know, such as Great British Bake Off’s Chetna Macan to answer whether it really is ok to order a Korma.
A Manchester restaurant is set to be featured in a new lifestyle series that focuses on the logistics behind some of the world’s most extreme restaurants.
Indian Pakistani restaurant, Royal Nawaab in Levenshulme, was uncharted territory until Monday night.
The owner of an Indian takeaway found himself in a hot spot after serving up a ‘lamb’ Balti that was revealed to be 100% beef by Food Standards Agency lad tests.
There are many Indian restaurants throughout Manchester so standing out as a new opening is difficult.