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The curry cognoscenti of the North of England are a demanding lot, and they are treated to some of the best Indian food in the world. The Liverpool Indian restaurant scene is as vibrant as any in the region, and at Rumi By Bukhara on Mount Pleasant in the city centre, they have one of the finest examples of the genre around. They open early – 11-30am – making them perfect for a lunch venue, a business meeting or a full evening meal, so book a table now and head on over.
Pros:The food is really good and the prices fare. Cons: The environment is more like a fast food though, not a nice atmosphere. Unfortunately you cant have a glass of wine there either
As always, the staffs are very very polite. Food has always been delicious. We travel all the way from N.Wales just to get the right taste of the "real cuisine" We ate addicted to "Rumi by Bukhara" Keep up the hard work.
Very friendly atmosphere and lovely food. My last Iftar with a large buffet and a great moshroom soup. Big dish of fruit salad and 6 different main course and appriszers
Liverpool is growing and growing as a restaurant city, and an increasingly large amount of superb dining destinations are attracting foodies from around Merseyside into the city centre. One of the most respected addresses around is Rumi By Bukhara, a curry house on Mount Pleasant with a location to die for: close to Liverpool Central train station and John Moores University, and surrounded by offices full of hungry workers after an Indian lunch. Whether you arrive at midday or in the evening, you are sure of a superb feed, so let us talk you through the options on offer.
Curry lovers know that it is important to perfect the Indian classics with which everyone is familiar, but also to create a range of dishes that can keep regular punters coming back time and again. On Mount Pleasant in the city centre, they are experts in the full Indian repertoire – keema, korma, chicken tikka and the like are all available – but they don’t rest on their laurels. They include Indian twists on British and international favourites, with naan rolls, wraps and gourmet burgers. Liverpool is a haven for hungry office workers and evening diners alike, and Rumi By Bukhara is another to add to the burgeoning list of Indian eateries – just remember to reserve your table in advance!