Just across the road from The Palace Theatre and a short walk to the Manchester Academy and the universities, you'll find Zouk, the sumptuous sister branch of the award winning Halal Indian restaurant in Bradford.
The brainchild of a unique and dedicated family team. Brothers, Mudassar and Tayub, share a passion for good food and have designed Zouk to offer stylish surroundings with a relaxed and fun atmosphere, but most importantly have created a menu that has revolutionised the British curry industry.
Offering an array of truly authentic Indian and Pakistani dishes there's many healthier alternatives to meet the demands of today's health and nutrition conscious customers. The £1million Manchester restaurant, just off Oxford Road, accommodates up to 240 diners, with a mezzanine and alfresco dinning. Zouk is a different concept from the average Asian restaurant.
They were the first Asian restaurant in Bradford to adopt an open kitchen, so that customers could see what was happening and how hygienic the chefs were, and the Manchester branch continues this idea. Zouk Manchester boasts an extended menu with dishes such as Whole Roast Leg of Lamb, roasted on embers and served on skewers, a traditional dish from Baluchistan known as Sajji.