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Manchester is one of the great dining cities in Europe, and it has an ever-growing reputation. One of the strongest points of the cuisine in the city is its Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi restaurants – products of the huge waves of migration from the subcontinent – and if you find yourself out in Macclesfield, then you could do a lot worse than a trip to Lazeez on Sunderland Street. Book a table now and enjoy one of the finest Indian restaurants in south Manchester.
Too busy, waited ages for food, the food wasn't as nice as it had been on previous visits, even waited 45 mins for the bill!!
Excellent service and really nice food. The restaurant was not too crowded and pleasant atmosphere. Prices were reasonable too - so full we refused the offer of a free drink at the end.
Never had a bad experience. Great attentive service . Manage to consistently handle multiple large groups at once. Have used for the last 5 years and will continue to do so/ keep it up
The hungry punters of Manchester are known for their love of Indian food – this is the home of the Curry Mile, of course – and there are restaurants all over the city that offer superb subcontinental cooking. Lazeez is a fine example of the genre, found on Sunderland Street in Macclesfield, and if you make the journey out, you will be met with a menu that displays the best in Indian cuisine.
Lazeez is easy enough to reach from Manchester: jump on the train to Macclesfield station and wander off down Sunderland Street as far as the cross with Brook Street and you’ll find it. Take your seat, order up some Cobra or Kingfisher, pick a few openers – pakoras and tandoor-fresh kebabs always go down well– and then get stuck into their specials. We recommend the chasni, cooked with tomatoes, or the Lazeez Karahi, their house take on the North Indian and Pakistani classic, with the sauce accompanying tandoor chicken, chicken tikka and a lamb chop.