Indian restaurant in City Centre
Princess Street, Manchester, M1 7DG
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The eastZeast Story
eastZeast is a family owned & managed business. The family has been in the restaurant business since 1976 and all our chefs are trained in-house. The eastZeast brand has been established over a decade ago, here at eastZeast we pride ourselves in using fresh & high quality ingredients which are sourced locally and internationally. We source fresh & tender whole lambs, grass fed from the valleys of Cheshire & Lancashire, then prepared by our own expert butchers for our renowned chefs.
We source fresh whole chickens from Cumbrian farms, ready for our expert butchers and chefs to prepare.
We use natural sea & rock salt sourced from the Atlantic ocean & Himalayan hills to season our food.
The food is seasoned daily & freshly prepared on site by our expert chefs. We thank all our loyal patrons for supporting our brand for over ten years and we hope to continue serving high quality food for many years to come...Come and enjoy the very best of traditional punjabi cuisine. With extensive menus of Punjabi dishes and wines from around the world eastZeast has something for everyone.
Owned by the well-respected Raja Brothers of Bradford, eastZeast boasts a stunning contemporary decor and relaxed ambience suited to every occasion, complemented by the finest Asian cuisine.
The modern design, stylish fittings and quiet, but efficient service all add to the refined atmosphere, making eastZeast the place to go
Awarded 5* by Metro and City Life Magazine quoted "Authentic Indian Food at it's best".
And now voted Restaurant of the Year 2006 by Manchester's Food and Drink Festival
Recently voted the best restaurant in Manchester at the Food & Drink Awards ceremony 2007
Located in the bowels of the Ibis hotel, eastZeast is a welcome addition to the Indian restaurant canon in central Manchester. Comfortable and elegant, this is a delightful restaurant to dine in. Comfortable leather seating and a delicate lighting scheme provide a perfect ambience for your visit Ė this is as far from Rusholme chic as you can get. The menu comprises of a range of traditional Indian dishes with a North West twist, although itís scarily inexpensive for what youíre getting for your money. New restaurants donít usually get so much right on their first swing, but eastZeast stands as a testament that sometimes you can hit the nail on the head first time.
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Best Indian in manchester by PerCo
Ive been in manchester for 4years now and this place is definitely the best food Ive ever had. I see some people complaining about the service but when Ive been there, Ive always been treated well. Perhaps I tip. -.- The food is truly superb, everything from the chicken methi to the fish tikka. One of the best restaurants to go to.
EAST z East Riverside by lilly
Booked 15 at last min for my friends 30 birthday. Food 5 star in every way. Amazing service and everyone of us raved about the food, cannot wait to go again. Beats Albar hands down by far the best food i have eaten in a long time
Great food, but......... by Baxter
They put me off returning by rushing me through the popadums and starters then trying to move me up to the bar when I had barely anything left in my drink and the bill had been paid. I want to return for the food but they ruined it a bit.
good food by Hardeep
east z east rules
superb place by barry and brenda wright
We have been going to this restaurant every week now for over 12 months. The service is first class and the food prepared exactly to your taste. Our favourites are Chicken liver tikka to start and the cod main course is wonderful. We are looking forward to visiting their new place additional to here opening soon.
Wow by Hayley
Probably one of the best meals I've ever had. I've recommended EastZEast to everyone I know and will definitely be going again.
Good for dates by Richard
I've taken dates to Eastzeast and it's a really good choice. The bloke in the costume at the door is a nice touch, it's dark and intimate instide but still stylish and its really impressive when your mains arrive because they get about 10 cooks to bring them like a procession. The naan bread looks impressive too. Then theres the food which is as good as everyone says it is. Best of all though is that its really really cheap!
fantastic food by donna jackson
this was our second visit to eastzeast,great service,fantastic food,what more can you ask!
Best Indian by Eli Robson
I love this restaurant! Iíve been eating there since it opened (I live just round the corner) and the foodís always fantastic. Service is good too Ė you get a full procession of waiters bringing your main course and I like how a guy in costume meets you at the door. Itís very cheap and the naan breads come on huge racks too (which has given me a good talking point on more than a couple of bad dates).
Different planet by peter wainwright
Saw the reviews on EastZeast so had to try it. The reviews aren't hype! This is quite simply the best Indian restaurant in the great city of Manchester by several miles. Thanks for guiding me there! Has ANYONE out there had a better Indian meal in Manchester? If so where???
Delicious food by Daxa
My DAUGHTER RECOMMENDED THIS PLACE AS SHE'S A STUDENT AT THE UNIVERCITY AND SHE'S EATEN 4 TIMES.l was very impressed better than international in Bradford to say its the same owners.Will come again definetley.Execellent food.
Favourite Indian by James
I've been to plenty of indian restaurants in the city, used to live in rusholme! tried east z east last week and was really impressed. good service and the food was delicious. would definitely go back!!
the best Indian meal in Manchester by Geoff
I saw that this had won the Manchester restaurant of the year award for 2006 so tried it my way home work. It's hardly very handily positioned being on the outskirts of the city centre (located on the ground floor of the Ibis Hotel) but it was worth the schlepp. Although it's a bit dark inside the service is attentive but not too over-the-top. But it's the food I'm talking about. This is Indian food to die for. You can just tell that the chef is a master with a sensitive understanding of the subtlest of spices. This is not your average Indian. It is nothing short of sensational. If you like Indian food you should make a point of trying EastzEast even if it is none too well located. Can you please move into the dead centre of town ? Please?
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