This New Indian Bottomless Brunch Is Here To Spice Up Manchester’s Brunch Scene

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This New Indian Bottomless Brunch Is Here To Spice Up Manchester’s Brunch Scene

Spice up your weekend.

Just when we thought our dining scene had it all, Delhi House Cafe hit us with a new one: the Indian bottomless brunch. Launching in celebration of their one year anniversary, the lovely Corn Exchange venue has created a very special menu for the occasion, with plenty of Indian-infused dishes to start the day with.

Kicking off from today, August 19th, guests will be able to chow down on a starter and a main alongside free-flowing drinks for 90 minutes – with tons of incredible fusion dishes and cocktails to choose from.

Credit: Delhi House Cafe

For the starters, guests can expect flavourful dishes such as Dahi Poori; puffed puri shells with a mint and tamarind yoghurt filling, A.A.C; a fried avo and potato cake-style creation with the most beautiful of toppings, and sweet lentil fritters known as Moong Dall Ladoo – before tucking into the delectable main event.

On the main menu, Delhi House Cafe is offering a range of favourites to choose from, including the Not My Burger; a naan served with chips and tandoori chicken tikka, Creamed Chicken or Achari Paneer Kathi Rolls, or the delicious-sounding Masala Chicken Scrambled Eggs – all of which can be washed down with fizz, Delhi House lager, and cocktails such as the Spiced Bloody Mary, the Mango Mimosa, the Rose Sangria and the Singapore Sling.

Bottomless brunch costs just £31.95 per person and will take place every week Thursday-Sunday from 12pm-4pm. Book your table here now.

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