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Finding a curry to rival the kind you get in Manchester’s Rusholme is often a struggle for Cheadle locals. The search has just got that little bit easier with the arrival of Finney Lane’s Cinnamon Tree – an Indian restaurant of serious distinction. Great, fragrant dishes in a no-nonsense dining room are the order of the day and locals and curry aficionados from across the city alike are trying to get in on the action here.
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Always a pleasure to dine at the Cinnamon Tree. Food great, staff very friendly and helpful
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Great service fantastic staff really friendly and well coming will use them again thank you
Don’t be taken in by Finney Lane’s Cinnamon Tree’s sparse dining room – the main attraction is in the kitchen. The food runs from mild to fiery, making the Cinnamon Tree an ideal spot for families and friends from across the spice spectrum. From creamy kormas to a punchy samber and vindaloo dishes, the range really is catered for here. Manchester’s committed curry fans are in safe hands with the team at the Cinnamon Tree in Cheadle.
Aside from their menu, a complex, detailed consideration of food from across the Indian subcontinent, the team behind Finney Lane’s Cinnamon Tree know that Cheadle diners have got an eye for a bargain as well as a taste for curry. The team offer two set menus a week (both clearing under a tenner per person) which represent not just an affordable night out, but also an excellent selection of great quality, smart and contemporary Indian food. The restaurant is open daily from 5pm (3pm Sunday) and has a function room available for private hire.