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6.0 /6 Wonderful 2 Reviews

Sai Spice - Chorlton

Chorlton Indian £££ +100
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About Sai Spice - Chorlton

There are Indian restaurants in Manchester that are as good as any to be found in the UK, but few of them can compete with Sai Spice for the quality of their cuisine. They’re one of the best curry houses in Chorlton at the very least, and their reputation for excellence is well-founded. Their chef has 30 years experience behind him, spent in the kitchens of the Middle East, Singapore and Europe, and he brings all of his time behind the stove to bear on a range of dishes that will excite newbies and curry connoisseurs alike. Book a table and head on to Mauldeth Road West for some of the best curry to be found anywhere in Manchester.

Opening Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 14:00, 17:00 - 22:30
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 14:00, 17:00 - 22:30
  • Thursday 12:00 - 14:00, 17:00 - 22:30
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
Sai Spice - Chorlton, Mauldeth Road, M21 7SP Manchester

Further Information

Manchester is home to some of the best Indian food found anywhere in the UK, and south Manchester is home to arguably the best Indian restaurants in Manchester. While the Curry Mile in Rusholme might be known as the centre of the South Asian restaurant scene, but they don’t miss out further out, and one of the best curry houses in Chorlton is known to be Sai Spice on Mauldeth Road West. Their chef comes from Tamil Nadu, in the south of India, and thus South Indian specialities predominate on the menu: let us talk you through a few of them.

There are dosas to start, of course, with chutneys and plenty of spice, unsurprisingly for a restaurant called Sai Spice. Uttapam is also on the menu – those bring the filled pancakes so beloved of South Indian cuisine – and tamarind-based curries and huge Thali platters to share between your group. If you make the move to Mauldeth Road West for an Indian meal in Manchester, you’re going to be able to find something for your whole family to enjoy at Sai Spice. They’re notably vegetarian-friendly, as almost all South Indian food is veggie, and the tandoor is always on the go. We could go on all day, but instead, just book a table now and find out for yourself.


2 Reviews

6.0 /6 Wonderful 2 Reviews
Quality/Price: great value
Food: heavenly
Service: extraordinary
Waiting Time: no waiting time
Noise: quiet
Atmosphere: excellent
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1 review so far 6
04.06.2017 15:40

We took some friends with us this time. They were as impressed as we have always been. Great food, Great service. Very happy. The Masala Dosa in particular is the best I have tasted.

1 review so far 6
10.10.2016 08:12

Very nice food, polite and fast service. The dishes arrived and were piping hot. Very efficient staff. Nice comfortable restaurant environment. Will definitely be returning.