If you’ve got a few spare coppers lying around and a yearning to take a culinary journey through authentic Indian cuisine, you’d do well to pay a visit to Copper Lounge, a restaurant headed up by three masters of the art from Mumbai, Goa, and Delhi. The locals of Stockport’s Hazel Grove know Copper Lounge well, having been converted to the cause by the restaurant’s tandoor delicacies from the northern provinces of India, spicy seafood from Goa, and street food from Delhi. Signature dishes turned out by this Dorchester Parade kitchen include the tangy vegetarian Mumbai chaat, marinated meats cooked in the traditional clay oven in a northern Indian Delhi darbar style, Goan fish and seafood prepared with hand-ground spices, Indo-Chinese street food from Mumbai, and sweet and salty specialties from Delhi.
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Great food and great service, highly recommend. Nicest Indian in Stockport
Good parking the food is excellent service with a smile and not that expensive
Wonderful food. We will definitely visit this restaurant again and recommend it
For authentic Indian food in Stockport, Copper Lounge is one of the local hotspots we can highly recommend. Home to some of the best Indian dishes the area has to offer, this fabulous South Asian restaurant has become a trusted favourite, serving up an array of delicacies from all over the Indian subcontinent. Whether you come for lunch, dinner or after-work drinks, this Hazel Grove restaurant sets the stage for a perfect evening out with friends or family.
On Dorchester Parade in Hazel Grove, Copper Lounge is where the locals go for some seriously delicious Indian food. This restaurant, with its sophisticated dining space with comfortable seating and mood lighting, is the perfect location for both a sophisticated evening out with that special someone or simply a meal with the family. Favourites on the menu include signature specialities like the tandoori duck with jeera rice, fresh salad and orange sauce, the lamb sukkah with mint rice and paratha, and the fish tawa fry with pan-fried sea bass, lemon rice with Goan sauce and a fresh salad. There are plenty of options for vegetarians, as well as a number of small plates and more. Reserve your table ahead of time at this Stockport legend.