Bukhara Manchester in Cheetham Hill specialises in authentic Asian dishes, specifically Indian and Pakistani cuisines. Located inside The Old Town Hall on Cheetham Hill Road it has a truly unique atmosphere and you’ll find special prayer areas for both men and women, as well as a strict no alcohol policy. Instead, why not enjoy one of the many tasty mocktails or a nice mango lassi with your meal? The menu is bursting with flavour so don’t be surprised if you find yourself wanting to come back every week until you’ve tried everything, twice. Loved by locals and tourists alike for its great food, excellent service and stunning decor you won’t regret a night out at Bukhara Manchester. Whether it’s your first visit or fiftieth we highly recommend making a reservation.
Manchester is one of the great places in the world to eat Indian food, but to think that it was just Indian in origin would be a massive oversight. Migrants from what is now Pakistan and Bangladesh form the majority of the “Indian” dining scene in the city, and especially in Cheetham Hill, an area marked by the legacy of migration. Take a trip to the Jewish Museum, a drink in Irish Centre, a wander around the African shops and then top it off with dinner at Bukhara Manchester on Cheetham Hill Road, an authentic Asian buffet restaurant that offers a superlative example of the curry cuisine in the city.
Whether you come in for a romantic dinner for two or with a few hundred of your closest friends, Bukhara Manchester will take care of you. Its speciality dishes for large groups do require pre-ordering at least 24 hours in advance but when you consider that you can get a whole lamb marinated in traditional spices, it’s well worth getting a party together just to try it. Since its opening in 2016, Bukhara Manchester has been revolutionising Asian cuisine in Cheetham Hall and shows no signs of stopping. Even saying it’s a must visit feels like an understatement. But you can trust us when we say reservations are essential.