A rose is a rose is a rose, said one famous poet, but then again she’d never eaten at Red Rose Restaurant, where desi (authentic Indian) food abounds at very affordable prices. The secret to Red Rose’s Indian delicacies is really the award-winning cheffing team in the kitchen down Hazel Grove’s London Road. And, well, they can even whip up classic British dishes too, for when you drag a friend or relative who’s not a fan of proper Indian along with you to your favourite Stockport restaurant.
Located down Stockport’s London Road, opposite the NatWest Bank in Hazel Grove, Red Rose Restaurant offers up Indian cuisine in full bloom. There are heaps of deals and special offers available here, and once you give into temptation and step through the door into this vibrant Indian restaurant, you’ll be a convert to the cause. Affordable set meals and deals, curry and drink offers, and a monthly voucher sweepstake make it hard to resist. The star of the show is of course the menu, with the award-winning chef’s recommendations surefire (and generally medium-spiced) winners.
Red Rose Restaurant’s special kidney karahi is an interesting and highly flavourful dish that takes kidneys and introduces them to chunks of onion, capsicum and tomato, while the lamb tikka Gobi and the chicken or lamb shathkora are great examples of desi Indian cookery. Every page of the menu at this Hazel Grove, Stockport restaurant is bursting with potential, and if you’re a real spice fiend you’ll want to go for the fiery vindaloo, which you can almost smell from down London Road. It’s even better when you’re with someone that can’t handle the spice – they can tuck into British fish and chips while you impress them with your ability to handle thermonuclear chilli burn.