The iconic Manchester Hall welcomes new restaurant Dishoom.
The Grade II listed Manchester Hall is getting a brand-new addition. It opens it’s historic doors to Bombay-inspired restaurant Dishroom on 6 December. Taking inspiration from Bombay’s old Irani cafes, Dishroom will serve Indian comfort food on Manchester Hall’s ground floor.
Dishoom opened its first venue in Covent Garden in 2000. Dishoom Manchester will be the company’s seventh location and can seat a huge 231 people across two dining rooms and the Permit Room cocktail bar.
Breakfast will include Dishoom’s famous bacon and sausage naan rolls alongside Irani and Indian specialties. The all-day menu boasts small plates, grills, biryanis and salads. If you fancy a real treat, opt for the chef’s special to enjoy a ‘Nalli Nihari Biryani’: a lamb shank layered with rice and caramelized onions sealed beneath a pastry blanket before being enriched with chicken liver, raita, and nihari gravy.
The Permit Room cocktail bar is named after the official term for Bombay bars where only permit-holders could drink alcohol. Manchester’s being treated to some special tipples as Dishoom have created two new cocktails especially for our city. Sip on a Beram’s Cobbler: a mango, pineapple and manzanilla mix; or a Chevalier’s Sour: a gin, tamarind and raspberry drink.
Make the most of 50% off food at breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout their soft launch from 9am on 25 November – 4pm on 5 December.
Dishoom Manchester is now taking bookings for Friday 7th December onwards.
Find out more at dishoom.com/manchester.