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Ayo Gurkhali

Wilmslow Asian, Nepalese ££ +100
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About Ayo Gurkhali

From India to Nepal and the Himalayas, diners can set off on a culinary expedition when they visit this restaurant on Bank Square. Serving up both Nepalese and Indian cuisine to the people of Wilmslow and Greater Manchester, this cosy restaurant is decorated in a traditional style with artwork lining the walls, and the dishes on offer are equally as authentic. To score one of the best seats, make a reservation at Ayo Gurkhali in advance.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 17:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 17:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 17:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 17:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 17:00 - 00:30
  • Saturday 17:00 - 00:30
  • Sunday 17:00 - 22:00
Ayo Gurkhali, 13 Bank Square, SK91AN Cheshire

Further Information

Located on Bank Square in Wilmslow, southwest of Manchester, Ayo Gurkhali is a haven for those with a love for cuisine from the Indian subcontinent. Start with something typically Nepalese like the momo chicken broth soup (chicken broth soup with traditional Nepalese dumplings) or some chicken livers, or go for an Indian classic like samosa or pakora. Whether you want to try something different or are after an old favourite, Ayo Gurkhali’s menu has something on it for for you.

We recommend the Himalayan cham cham (tandoori cooked chicken stir-fried with onion, peppers, garlic and ginger in a medium spiced special Nepalese creamy sauce), and the chicken chilli (stir-fried battered chicken with fresh red and green peppers, onion and chillies in a spicy sauce) is a must for those after something with a bit of a kick. You’ll also find a range of delicious seafood options like the piro garlic fish (fish cooked with green and red peppers, green chillies and chilli pickle with herbs and spices) as well as an array of time-honored Indian curries. Book a table at Ayo Gurkhali for an authentic Nepalese and Indian experience in Manchester’s Wilmslow area.