South Manchester is about as good a place as any to eat Indian food – this is the home of the Curry Mile after all – but hidden in the depths of Didsbury is a restaurant that is a little more hill station than Rusholme rush hour. The Great Kathmandu West Didsbury is a Nepalese joint serving up specialities from the mountainous Himalayan nation, right on Burton Road where it meets Cavendish Road. There’s space enough for large parties but also a few intimate little corners if there’s only a few of you. Book a table now and head on up for a culinary expedition at one of West Didsbury’s hottest restaurants.
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Food excellent as always only down side is the price of soft drinks £4 for a pint of coke is too expensive
Delicious food as well. Food comes out warm and fast
All round very well. Very attentive and lovely food .
We often speak of dining at the top table, of high-quality eating and of steepling standards… well, Nepal is the topmost table, the highest of the high, the roof of the world, and their cuisine is certainly up there with the best around. A fusion of North Indian delicacies, Chinese favourites, Pakistani influences and their own inimitable flavours, their food is quite like any other – set a course for Burton Road in Manchester’s Didsbury, home of The Great Kathmandu Tandoori, and try some for yourself: we’re sherpa you’ll love it.
The Great Kathmandu West Didsbury offers the best that man can do with the iconic clay oven: shashlik and seekh kebabs, full chickens, paneer and more come steaming out of the tandoor at a rate of knots. Their Manchester location is great too – on Burton Road in Didsbury, close to Burton Road met stop – certainly more approachable than the slopes of Everest for starters. Or mains.