The Indian restaurant serving up an all-you-can-eat curry banquet – and it’s all supporting the homeless

Zouk's delicious Ramadan buffet is back - indulge in mouthwatering dishes and support a great cause

The buffet, which offers a delicious spread of halal dishes, is a perfect way to celebrate Iftar with friends and family.

Zouk will serve the buffet daily throughout Ramadan, welcoming customers with a box of stuffed dates, fruit chaat, traditional Medjool dates, and jugs of chilled water.

Guests can then indulge in a daily selection of food, which includes Zouk’s most popular dishes and traditional Ramadan fare.

Zouk has created a second sitting of the buffet an hour after Iftar to accommodate families who wish to pray together at home before coming out to eat, as well as customers who may not be fasting or participating in Ramadan but who wish to experience the fabulous buffet with friends and family and learn more about Ramadan.

Owner Tayub Amjad said, “By offering two sittings, we can welcome everyone to join us at this special time.

“All diners joining us will be helping us to support the homeless in Manchester, as we will make a donation from every cover charge to local homeless charities.”

The menu will vary slightly each day but will always include a wide selection of salads, starters, curries, chutneys, accompaniments, desserts, and roasted lamb raan.

All tables will have water jugs, fruit chaat, and dates, so customers who have been fasting can break their fast before going up to the buffet.

A typical menu may include mango salad, kachumber, tabbouleh, vegetable samosa, mixed vegetable pakora, seekh kebab, chicken 65, chicken handi, lamb and potato, dall makhana, vegetable pilau rice, assorted fresh naan bread, chutney and raita, roasted lamb raan, chef special rice, a selection of freshly made desserts, and mango lassi.

In addition to the scrumptious buffet, Zouk will also be supporting local charities by donating meals and funds to the homeless of Manchester.

For the last 10 days of Ramadan, the restaurant will donate 150 meals per day (1500 meals in total) to The Islamic Society of Britain in Manchester to feed the homeless.

The buffet is priced at £25 per person for adults, £12.50 for children under 12, and free for children under the age of five.

Customers are advised to book in advance, and they can book either for Iftar or later in the evening for the additional buffet sitting on their chosen date.

So, if you’re looking for an exceptional dining experience during Ramadan while also supporting a great cause, head over to Zouk and indulge in their mouthwatering Ramadan buffet.

A typical menu will include: Salads Mango Salad Kachumber Tabbouleh Starters Vegetable Samosa Mixed Vegetable Pakora Seekh Kebab Chicken 65 Dhai Balahi Mains Chicken Handi Lamb & Potato Dall Makhana Vegetable Pilau Rice Assorted Fresh Naan Bread Chutney & Raita Carvery Roasted Lamb Raan Chef Special Rice

Desserts: A selection of our freshly made desserts will be available

Drinks: Mango Lassi


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