A new curry club is coming to the city centre this September, as some of Greater Manchester’s favourite restaurants team up for an undercover, al fresco Indian street food celebration.
The evening will be hosted by city centre based Bundobust and Dishoom, Levenshulme’s Aunty Ji’s, Burnage based Sanskruti and Lily’s of Ashton, as the biggest hitters in the South Asian cuisine come together for a collaborative curry night to remember.
Each restaurant will be cooking up the vegan and vegetarian banquet on site and serving their own favourite signature dishes, street food style.
Guests can expect chaats, meat-free Gujariti specialities and amazing sides, finishing off with Lily’s widely renowned handmade sweets, all in a glorious tribute to the region’s incredible and diverse Indian food scene.
The gathering will be sound-tracked by an uplifting mix of Bollywood, Bhangra and British chart sounds provided by local DJs, The Desi Jockeys.
The MFDF Curry Club is part of the Manchester Food and Drink Festival, which is taking place this year from 16th – 27th September.
It is the first event announcement of a series of collaborative hub takeovers happening throughout the festival.
For those who aren’t lucky enough to get a ticket to this highlight of the festival programme, festival headline sponsors, Just Eat, will also be curating some special offers from some of the best Indian restaurants across the city on the same night – which means people living across Greater Manchester can get involved from home.
The 24th MFDF will take place from 16th – 27th September at Cathedral Gardens and across the city. The MFDF Curry Club will take place on Tuesday 21st September at The Festival Hub, Cathedral Gardens. The event will start at 7pm and includes a welcome drink and a three course collaborative menu. Tickets are £40 and can be bought here: manchesterfoodanddrinkfestival.nutickets.com/CurryClub2021.