An outdoor curry club is taking place with Bundobust, Dishoom and more

The event is part of the Manchester Food and Drink Festival which is on from 16 to 21 September

The Manchester Food and Drink Festival has announced a special event for its 2021 event – a curry club in partnership with some of the city’s finest Indian restaurants.

The MFDF Curry Club will take place at Hub at Cathedral Gardens, taking over the entire space for the night for an undercover, al fresco celebration of Indian street food.

The meat-free menu will be prepared by some of the best Indian restaurants in Greater Manchester: Bundobust, Dishoom, Aunty Ji’s in Levenshulme, Sanskruti in Burnage and Lily’s in Ashton.

Restaurants taking part include Dishoom, Bundobust, Lily’s, Aunty Ji’s and Sanskruti

The event will celebrate the diverse dishes from across India. Each restaurant will be cooking up the banquet on site, serving their own signature dishes street food style.

There will be curries, chaats, Gujarati specialities, handmade sweets from Lily’s and lots more.

Tarka Dal from Aunty Ji’s
Masala Dosa from Sanskruti

The Desi Jockeys will be on the decks on the evening, playing a mix of Bollywood, Bhangra and British chart sounds.

The MFDF Curry Club is part of the Manchester Food and Drink Festival which is taking place from 16 to 27 September.

The event is the first to be announced of a series of collaboration hub takeovers which will be happening throughout the festival.

Tickets for the event cost £40 which includes a welcome drink and three courses. They are on sale now here:

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