Manchester is home to some of the best Indian restaurants in the United Kingdom, and the competition between them can be fierce. Longevity is the finest currency in the field, and for restaurants such as eastZeast, with 40 years in the business, it is the calling card that they use to mark themselves out as a premium establishment. Their banqueting hall on Blackfriars Street on the edge of the city centre is a step above your common-or-garden curry house, and it offers a huge range of options for parties, events and a la carte diners. That means tandoor-fresh kebabs and tikka dishes, traditional Indian curries, sumptuous side dishes and an extensive wine list to get stuck into for your special occasion. Book a table and head into Manchester city centre and The Riverside – just a short walk from Deansgate, the Royal Exchange Theatre and the Manchester Arena – for a proper Pakistani and Indian feast.
We had a really good meal - although we ordered rather too much food - with unhurried and friendly service. The prices were very good too.
Orders a lamb shank curry. I couldn't even put a nice into the lamb shank it was that tough. Also ordered a chicken tikka balti which was just plain chicken. Waited over a hour for the bill. From previous visits when I would of recommend to friends and family. I would now think twice about returning
Lovely food slightly pricey for what it is. Nonetheless very enjoyable. Chicken wing, chops are excellent as was the palak gohst perfect mix of lamb and spinach. Service was efficient. Ambience slightly quiet. Valet parking very useful.