All of the North West loves to look to the east when they’re going out for their dinner, and whether it be one of the many great curry houses in Manchester and the surrounding areas – from the Curry Mile spreading outwards – to the city centre Chinatown and the many new Asian restaurants which have opened up all over. Out in Bury, they are no different, and all locals know that if they’re after a curry in Ramsbottom, then Eastern Eye is the name that stands about all others. Their menu on Bolton Street is the main draw, so let us give you a flavour of what you can expect. Begin with an Indian classic by sharing a starter platter of lamb chops, chicken and lamb tikka, chicken pakora and onion bhajis, before moving onto one of the shashliks, tandoori mains or family-favourite curries. We’d go for a Bengali house special: lamb naga, with the iconic Bangladeshi pickled chillies for plenty of fire. Book a table and head on over to Eastern Eye for a proper Indian restaurant in Rammy.
We received a friendly welcome and were offered a drink on arrival. The service was excellent throughout and the food was of a very good quality for the price. We received a free spirit at the end of our meal which I always think is a nice touch.
Had an amazing meal there. They have a great offer which is poppodoms, chutney tray, starter, curry, any rice and either naan, chapatti or chips for £10 per head. The food is amazing and I also have allergies and they were so understanding and accommodating. Would definitely recommend.