Two or four diners can sit down to a three-course Lahori meal. The set menu includes a selection of traditional starters and mains, as well as sides such as poppadums and salad to share. Meals are also accompanied by a naan bread for each diner and a kheer dessert to round the visit off. Customers should note that all menu items are subject to change at any time.
Poppadums to share
|A choice of starter each: Chicken Tikka||Shahi Seekh Kebab||Lamb Chops||Chicken Tikka Achari|
|A choice of main each: Masala Rice||Lahori Cholay||Mix Vegetable||Chicken Masala||Vegetable Biryani||Chicken Chilli Masala||Daal Gosht Bhandara||Aloo Palak||Lamb Masala||Kachumer salad|
Salad to share
Roghni naan bread each
Kheer each for dessert
Choose from the following options for a three-course set meal:
£16 for two people (Up to 52% off)
£29 for four people (Up to 57% off)
##The Merchant Lahori Dera serves up a variety of dishes from in and around Lahore, Pakistan. Proud of their food’s regional theme, the menu also includes chef’s specials and kids options alongside an array of karahi, masala, biryani and tikka dishes. Located in Manchester’s Cheetham Hill, the restaurant features a colourful blend of modern and traditional decor, with parking available for visitors in the local area.
Lahori Dera cooked up an impressive 4.5/5 from initial reviews on TripAdvisor. A couple of users noted the venue’s striking decor, themed around a Punjabi Dera, or meeting place, while special mentions generally went to the standard of the food and service.
Details verified 12 March 2014
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“Your chicken chilli main on the groupon voucher is no good at all. Neither is the selection. It would be better to offer sime or at least 1 of your proper mains and...”
“Your chicken chilli main on the groupon voucher is no good at all. Neither is the selection. It would be better to offer sime or at least 1 of your proper mains and increase the price.”
“All good but the choice within the Groupon was somewhat limited.”