Bukhara Manchester has celebrated its first year in business.

Located in the recently refurbished Old Town Hall, Cheetham Hill Road, the 200-cover restaurant serve a selection of Eastern favourites.

Managed by Faruk Patel, the venue first opened its doors as Bukhara Manchester in 2016 and has seen a successful 12 months operating as an eatery.

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Faruk said: “We are delighted to be celebrating Bukhara Manchester’s first birthday after what has been an exciting first year in business. 

"The site is ideally located close to the city centre which makes us accessible from all over the region and we were lucky enough to open in the Old Town Hall, which was lovingly restored over a nine-month period to create a sleek and luxurious eatery which pays homage to the traditional and contemporary Indian cuisine.

“Taking inspiration from classic Indian food, we serve a variety of traditional of Bukhara favourites that include the delicious dishes Roast Leg of Lamb, Thai Mango Salad and Chilman Biryani to name a few. 

"The customer favourites can be complimented by a wide selection of alcohol free drinks such as the traditional Mango Lassi, more modern mocktails or our ever-popular freshly made juices.”

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Faruk added: “Whilst Bukhara Manchester prides itself on offering authentic cuisine, it also offers alternative dishes from its grills and steaks selection as well as an extensive menu of vegetarian options. 

"From friends and families to couples and colleagues alike, we continue to welcome a diverse spectrum of guests – there’s certainly something for everybody to enjoy.”