What better way to warm up with a curry?
While The Smithfield Social is a fairly new addition to the Manchester dining scene, they’ve managed to inject a little bit of our heritage into their offering, with a fantastic new bottomless offering, which, quite frankly, we’re not sure we’re going to be able to resist.
Adding ‘rice and three’ to their laid-back menu, every Tuesday, Mancs will be able to enjoy the Manchester lunch classic, with a dinnertime spin on the tasty, warming meal.
Aptly named ‘Ruby Tuesday’ – nodding to not only one of owner Liam Fray’s inspirations, The Rolling Stones, but the classic Ruby Murray – guests are invited to chow down on an everchanging menu of curries alongside bottomless booze, with classics such as the Rogan Josh, Butter Chicken, and Lamb Saag previously gracing the menu. Drinks-wise, there’s something for everyone to choose from, including free-flowing prosecco, lager and wine.
Costing just £27.50pp, the event kicks off weekly at 5pm, with rice and three, naan and unlimited drinks included in the price.
Combining curries with rock n roll and booze, the unique bottomless event is the perfect place to wind down after work – with tons of extras to enjoy alongside your meal available, too. Think side plates such as tandoori lamb chops, lamb seekh kebabs, King Prawn pakoras and so much more.
Want to book ahead? Secure your table here. The Smithfield Social was founded by The Courteeners frontman Liam Fray, and can be found at 53 – 55 Thomas St, M4 1NA.