Dishoom confirms opening in Manchester

The Irani café-inspired restaurant Dishoom will make its long-awaited Manchester debut this winter, having secured the license for a historical site it applied for last year. It will open in Manchester Hall, formally a Freemason’s Hall, on Bridge Street. The opening of Dishoom Manchester will create 100 new jobs for the city’s hospitality workers. The grade II-listed hall underwent a multi-million-pound redevelopment last year to transform it into a conference and events venue with restaurants and bars planned. Dishoom Manchester will serve executive chef Naved Nasir’s signature dishes including bacon naan rolls; black house daal; pau bhaji; and biriyanis alongside a new dish and a cocktail list that will be exclusive to the Manchester site. The site will feature a separate bar named the Permit Room, which will serve a list of cocktails and mocktails created by the group’s bar development manager, Carl Brown.

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