A Tasty Indian Foodie Spot Inspired By The Smiths Has Created A Mouthwatering Naan Bread Pizza

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A Tasty Indian Foodie Spot Inspired By The Smiths Has Created A Mouthwatering Naan Bread Pizza

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.

Credit: This Charming Naan

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.

Credit: This Charming Naan

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.

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