The traditional Indian eatery is inviting guests to try the hottest items on the menu to mark the novel calendar day.
Situated in the recently refurbished Old Town Hall on Cheetham Hill Road, the venue’s menu boasts a selection of fiery dishes to be enjoyed amongst friends and family.
Manager Faruk Patel said: “Indian Cuisine is a celebration of spices and to ensure that our dishes are as authentic as possible we incorporate traditional ingredients into our cooking methods. Our menu boasts a selection of spicy dishes which have proven a huge hit with our more daring diners including ingredients such as chillis and peppers for that additional kick, which can be tailored to the customer’s personal preference.
“In light of International Hot & Spicy Food Day we will be upping the temperature on our popular main course options for those diners who want to experience traditional dishes that explode with flavours. We want to encourage diners to try food that may be out of their comfort zone by tucking into dishes that are packed with a variety of flavours and spices.”
Located at the Old Town Hall in Cheetham Hill Manchester, the venue has already gained an impressive reputation as one of the city’s finest Indian dining locations with its varied menu and luxury interior.
Faruk added: “Whist Indian food is often associated with hot and spicy foods, a lot of the ingredients that we use add flavour as opposed to heat so there are milder options for those that prefer something with less spice. Our customer favourites include the Roast Leg of Lamb and Chilman Biryani which are cooked using an abundance of herbs to add rich flavour. We look forward to welcoming new and familiar faces into Bukhara Manchester on International Hot & Spicy food day, no matter their preference for heat!”
For more information or to book visit www.bukharamanchester.com or call 0161 834 1222.
"Our menu boasts a selection of spicy dishes which have proven a huge hit with our more daring diners including ingredients such as chillis and peppers for that additional kick."
Manager Faruk Patel
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