Restaurant - Indian in Manchester
1008 Stockport Road
Monday to Saturday: 5:30pm - 11pm
Sunday: 1:30pm - 11pm
Royal Nawaab Manchester has been a resounding success since it's opening in January 2002.We extended our service portfolio by adding banqueting suites, live barbecues, party halls and we host other celebration as per demand of our visitors.
With elegant surroundings throughout, a warm friendly atmosphere, helpful waiting staff and award winning cuisine, it is no surprise that we are the Norths "Curry Kings"
If you are considering having a function here. Don't. Absolutely no floor management. The worst function I have experienced. Excrutiatingly Embarrassing!
A User - 01/10/2008 | report this review
An absolute cracker of a place. A great place to have Indian/ Pakistani food. As the other reviewer said, its an all you can eat for Â£10. The hall is absolutely huge with rows and rows of seat. The place is very noisy and its real fun. Food is really tasty and you certainly get your money's worth here, probably even more. The selection of dishes to choose from is also varied. Make sure you taste the Biriyani (whichever biriyani it is) and just that biriyani alone is worth the money that you spend. And its also really surprising that with such huge volume of food being cooked there, quality does not take a hit. Plus, food is also immediately refilled. So, you dont have to wait for long. The only downside is that alcohol is not permitted inside the premises. However, the mango/orange lassi you get there is heavenly. Lassi is the liquid form of yoghurt with a bit of flavour.A great place to have food as a group. You'll definitely enjoy the experience.
A User - 05/09/2008 | report this review
Nawaab in Levenshulme is opened 5.30-11pm, and is an incredible place to eat out if you are a student! The staff there are amazingly friendly and provide excellent service. The actual place is huge with a large carpark and attendant to make sure the cars are safe. There are many, many tables inside Nawaab, so you would have to be unlucky not to be able to eat there. The price is insane - Â£10 for an all you can eat buffet, and it is more than worth the money. The food is located opposite the tables, right across the room with chef constantly refilling dishes. It has to be said that although the food tastes delicious, the exotic names give a westener little clue about what the actual food is. Plates are cleared away by the waiters regularly so that you can go for a refill. The wait for food isn't too long, so food can be eaten pretty quickly. After the hot food is consumed, if you still have room left in your stomach, there is a nice selection of deserts, including cheesecakes and many flavours of icecream. All the food along the hall is included in the Â£10, drink and slushes have to be paid for separately however, although water is of course free! The place is very busy and noisy, but the atmosphere is nice nonetheless and is ideal if you are on a tight budget.
A User - 02/09/2008 | report this review
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