Asha's Manchester

Asha’s is a wildly popular Indian restaurant in the heart of the city. Since opening in 2006 it has won many awards, including a place in the 2015 Michelin Restaurant Guide. The Sunday Times recently reviewed it as one of Britain’s top restaurants.

Dishes

  • Saffron (Served 3-4 People)

    Butter chicken - classic chicken tikka in tomato and cream gravy, flavoured with dry fenugreek leaves. Rogan josh - boneless lamb curry from lucknow in a yoghurt and brown onion gravy, flavoured with rose water and saffron. Dal makhani - classic black lentils slow-cooked overnight with tomatoes, cream and butter. Chicken tikka biryani - biryani made with chicken tikka in a classic makhani gravy and basmati rice.

  • Cinnamon (Serves 3-4 People)

    Prawn masala - prawns cooked with red chillies in a spicy onion and tomato gravy. Rogan josh - boneless lamb curry from Lucknow in a yoghurt and brown onion gravy, flavoured with rose water and saffron. Dal makhani - classic black lentils slow-cooked overnight with tomatoes, cream and butter. Shahi paneer biryani - a royal delicacy paired with two classic dishes - shahi paneer and matar pulao finished in a rich gravy.

  • Turmeric (Serves 2 People)

    Prawn masala - prawns cooked with red chillies in a spicy onion and tomato gravy. Chicken tikka biryani - biryani made with chicken tikka, eggs in a classic makhani gravy and basmati rice. Dal makhani - classic black lentils slow-cooked overnight with tomatoes, cream and butter.

  • Vegetarian (Serves 2 People)

    Paneer makhani - fresh paneer in a tomato and cream gravy, flavoured with dry fenugreek leaves. Dal makhani - classic black lentils slow-cooked overnight with tomatoes, cream and butter. Shahi paneer biryani - a royal delicacy paired with two classic dishes - shahi paneer and matar pulao finished in a rich gravy.

  • Fiol, NV Prosecco Extra Dry

  • La Lande Cinsault Rosé, Vin De France