Introducing the Naan pizza.
When we think about the legendary band that was The Smiths, our brains don’t exactly jump to Chicken Tikkas and garlic naans. But Gay Village-based This Charming Naan has managed to put a fun, unexpected twist on classic Indian cuisine – combining their love for good Indian grub with the iconic North West band. The result? Incredible dish names and fusion dishes that can’t be found anywhere else.
Launching a mouthwatering Naan Pizza just this summer, This Charming Naan’s latest dish is a doughy, 100% vegan creation that’s sure to have customers absolutely drooling. Consisting of a naan base and topped with their fresh, homemade Johnny Marrinara sauce or spicy Madras sauce and Mozza-rella vegan cheese, the delicious pizza is 1000% something that’s been missing from Manchester’s innovative pizza scene, and one we can’t believe we haven’t found until now.
The dish joins their existing mouthwatering plain and garlic & coriander naans, which accompany cleverly named dishes such as Girlfriend in a Korma, Heaven Knows I’m Masala Now, Madras Is Murder, Last Night I Dreamt That Some Bhaji Loved Me, and How Bhuna Is Now. Each dish is humorously named after a famous rock n roll song, with heavy inspiration taken from Manchester-born The Smiths.
Situated on Sackville Street within the thriving Gay Village, This Charming Naan serves up 100% vegan Indian cuisine on Wednesday-Sunday every week, with orders available to make IRL or online here. This Charming Naan, Retro, 78 Sackville St, M1 3NJ.