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Sangam means meeting place, and with so many Sangam (and the related group of restaurants called Swadesh) outlets in the Greater Manchester region, fans of fine Indian cuisine have a lot of excuses to bump into each other. Thankfully the standards of presentation at Didsbury’s favoured culinary meeting place are, as at its sibling restaurants, uniformly high. From the decor to the dishes, this Wilmslow Road Indian restaurant is a beauty to behold, and it tastes superb, too!
While the Sangam family of regional Manchester Indian restaurants share a fantastic aesthetic sense in common, and a good number of typical dishes, too, each outlet has something special and unique going on in the kitchen. Down Didsbury’s Wilmslow Road, Sangam’s chef’s have more than a few tricks up their sleeve, enough at least to keep those bitten by the Sangam bug to specifically seek out this restaurant. And when you get bitten by the Sangam bug, be sure to consider them the next time you need to celebrate – besides hosting excellent private dining events in-house, they do external catering as well.
Sangam Didsbury’s menu is extensive, but carefully curated and annotated so you can make an informed decision about how you want to pick your way through what ranks as one of Manchester’s best Indian restaurant offerings. The chef’s specials are always a delight at Sangam’s Wilmslow Road representative – we can recommend the jalali or the piaza for lovers of fiery spice. Karahi and balti dishes are expertly prepared, while the curry selection allows you to pair the main ingredient (chicken tikka, king prawn, mushroom, vegetable, keema, kofta, and more) to the Indian cooking style of your choice.