Food & Drink

This Manchester Restaurant Has Combined Indian Flavours With The Traditional Sunday Roast

By Laura Rogan

The classic meal with a twist.

East has never met West in a more iconic way, thanks to the creative legends at Asha’s. Launching their brand new Sunday lunch offering just earlier this month, the legendary city centre restaurant has combined their contemporary Indian cuisine with a British institution: the Sunday roast.

Revealing a two-course menu with a number of Eastern-inspired roasts, guests can choose from: Tandoori Chicken – served with masala roasted carrots, cumin potatoes, Indian bread and makhani gravy, slow-roasted leg of lamb – served with cumin potatoes, masala roasted carrots, a spiced Yorkshire pudding and salan gravy, or tandoori masala roasted butternut squash – with paneer ka soola, cumin potatoes, garlic spinach and makhani gravy.

Both gravies available are like a curry sauce packed full of flavour to drown your dinner in, with extra Yorkies available to order if your tummy calls for more.


Costing just £29.95 per person, guests are treated to two courses of their choice and a complimentary glass of fizz as part of the Asha’s Sunday roast. Bookings are, of course, recommended, with Sunday lunch kicking off at 12pm every week. To find out more or book your table, head to their website here.

Asha’s is currently taking bookings for May, reopening in line with the government’s lockdown exit plan. 

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