About Amans Worsley
About the restaurant
The Amans Worsley outpost of the growing Amans Indian Cuisine family of restaurants has taken over the Queen’s Arms pub down Chaddock Lane, injected £750,000 worth of renovations, granting the much-needed gift of Amans signature, elegant Indian dining experience to this corner of Salford. The superb dishes on offer represent the best of classic and contemporary Asian subcontinental cuisine, and are prepared using hand-picked, locally-sourced ingredients combined with spices ground and blended on site. This is Indian with a royal touch.
It’s quite an undertaking to transform a classic British pub into an Indian palace, but the brains behind Amans Worsley have deftly done so, making the former Queen’s Arms down Chaddock Lane into the perfect venue for casual dining and special parties. Now, Worsley in Salford, Greater Manchester, can benefit from Amans’ renowned take on Indian cuisine. Entering Amans Worsley, one is greeted by an imperial atmosphere. Purple upholstered chairs take on the aspect of banquet hall thrones, and a central fish tank adds a vivid dash of colour to this transformed public house. The scene is set for a peerless Indian feast.
Amans Worsleys menu takes its cues from the grand, ancient culinary traditions of the Asian subcontinent. Inviting you on a journey through the centuries, Amans Worsley chefs create classic dishes for the purists and contemporary items that have been tailored to modern palates. The common thread is the kitchen’s attention to the ingredients: locally-sourced meat and vegetables, and spices carefully blended and ground by the expert chefs. A great way to dine at Amans Chaddock Lane restaurant is to select your main ingredient – vegetable, chicken, lamb etc. – and then have the chefs prepare it in a given style – korma, dansak, pathia, jalfrezi. Worsley locals already know Amans signature specials: Aman’s thawa or the Afghani lamb, the seafood medley, or the exotic Nepali tangri. Finally, this slice of Salford can indulge in an Amans Worsley experience.