Akbars (Manchester) Reviews
Description:73-83 Liverpool Road, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4NQ, 0161 834 8444 / Sizzling pan-cooked baltis from Baltistan,prepared ... more
Newest Review: ... make some tasty indian food here and on arrival they take you here to some spare seats where you wish to eat at. My friends and I came here last month to eat and our order was taken in a short time of 5 minutes of the staff. We got some starters which cost us together 30 pounds high priced! The food quality on the other hand was very good and fresh. We was given a lot of mint sauces along ... more
Customer Akbars (Manchester) Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/11/09 (Useful, 67 readings)
Akbars is a indian restaurant in Manchester the location of this restaurant though is fairly decent as its not too busy in the local area. Parking is no problem here at all as you can find some parking near by when coming here to eat. They make some tasty indian food here and on arrival they take you here to some spare seats where you wish to eat at. My friends and I came here last month to eat and our order was taken in a short time of 5 minutes of the staff. We got some starters which cost us together 30 pounds high priced! The food quality on the other hand was very good and fresh. We was given a lot of mint sauces along with salad. Our main meal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09, updated on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 229 readings)
There has been a lot of hype about this restaurant, it is just one of the chic Indians that have been popping up within the city centre over the past few years (Shimla Pinks and Zouk also fit into this "chic Indian" category). You will find Akbar's in Birmingham, Bradford, Leeds, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Sheffield and York. I visited the Akbar's in Manchester that is located just outside central Manchester (heading towards Castlefield). There always seems to crowds of people outside the restaurant and it has become a popular venue. I have always enjoyed Indian food and I frequently visit Indian restaurants. For my sister's 18th birthday ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/09, updated on 13/11/09 (Useful, 40 readings)
I live above this restaurant and frequent atleast once a fortnight. First off i have never had a bad mealhere. Akbars is situated just outside the heart of the city. Peering through the window at 7.30pm on any evening you will see hoards of people gathered in something which resembles a overcrowded wine bar. From experience my advice is to get in no later than 6.45 and you will be seated in the dinning room within 10minutes cobra in hand. The dinning room itself resembles nothing you would see on the curry mile. Its modern if every so slightly poorly lit and always jamed packed with hungary dinners from all different backgrounds. Popadoms usual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/09 (Useful, 43 readings)
Akbars is an absolutely gorgeous indian/balti restaurant situated on Liverpool road in Manchester (near the Science and Industry museum and the Ox and Noble.) You first enter into what appears to be a quite trendy wine bar, where you can get a drink and sit down on one of the stylish sofas with a menu. And when your table is ready youre whisked off to a room in the back which is absolutely massive and packed full of people. It really is a tardis! The first thing that struck me about Akbars was how busy it was, and this was on a regular Tuesday night! The queue was out of the door and we had to wait 45 minutes for a table (thank god there was a bar!) however because ... Read the complete review
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