The Curry Mile in Manchester is world famous thanks largely to the sheer number of bright neon-lit (mainly Bangladeshi and Pakistani) restaurants and take aways.
Located along Wilmslow Road in Rusholme, just two miles south of the city centre, the area comes to life late at night with many restaurants staying open until 3 or 4am (even later on busy nights).
With a mixture of award-winning restaurants and fast food curry houses, The Curry Mile is the ideal place to start or end your evening.
It's claimed there are over 70 Asian takeaways, shisha cafes, sweet houses and restaurants in Rusholme within less than a mile stretch. There's a massive choice of Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Perisan restaurants with the late night openings making them particularly popular with students and party goers.
Stylish time-honoured family restaurant & charcoal pit on the Curry Mile that serves authentic Mughlai-cuisine from the northern regions of India and Pakistan. The menu focuses on freshly prepared traditional and contemporary dishes and features an extensive range of vegetarian, meat and sea-food dishes. Open until 1am during the week and 2am at weekends.
Popular informal family-friendly curry house at the start of the Curry Mile in Rusholme. Specialising in sizzlers and Pakistani cuisine. Former National Curry Chef Award winner. Takeaway delivery is also available. Open until 1am during the week and 3am at weekends.
Arguably the most famous Indian restaurant in Manchester and the first of its kind on what was later to become the famous Curry Mile. The legendary Rusholme restaurant opened its doors in 1987 and has continued to pioneer by combining a modern design with traditional Indian cuisine whilst also growing into a national chain.
Since opening in May 2014, Ziya Asian Grill has been cooking up a storm on the famous Curry Mile in Rusholme, shining a new light on Modern Indian cuisine and bringing an exciting combination of amazing flavours and colourful presentation to satisfy every taste.
Royal Nawaab Manchester has been a resounding success since it's opening in January 2002. With elegant surroundings throughout, a warm friendly atmosphere, helpful waiting staff, and award winning cuisine. It's no surprise that
Royal Nawaab Manchester
are the North's "Curry Kings".