With its lavish decor and menu of mouthwatering Indian cuisine, Ruchi has become a favourite among Glossop’s curry lovers. On the menu you’ll find northern Indian and Bangladeshi dishes that have been created using time-honoured techniques and recipes that have been passed down through the generations, as well as a few modern British favourites. Go for a classic like the jalfrezi or korma or try one of Ruchi’s specials for something a little bit different. We recommend the chicken & cheese kofta (chicken marinated in yoghurt, herbs and spices cooked in the tandoor and then added to a curry sauce with meatballs and cheese). Curry cravings kicking in? Book a table and head on over to Ruchi, located on the High Street in Glossop’s town centre.
had a lovely anniversary meal with my fella there, greats service and even better food they even gave us a complementary dish. Definitely worth a trip there.