A new addition to the Manchester dining scene, Mace Restaurant offers a delectable array of Indian cuisine, with the odd modern twist found in the menu.
Instantly recognisable on Liverpool Street thanks to its glass walls bearing bright orange banners, diners can immediately get a feel for the contemporary style of the restaurant.
Furnished with striking red booths, wood panelled walls and the aforementioned glass walls, Mace is an informal diner’s paradise. Those calling in advance with a tastecard can settle in and enjoy a wealth of delicious choices at a great price.
The menu features all the classics of Indian cuisine, such a smooth kormas, spicy madras, and tantalising bhuna curries, as well as a medley of speciality dishes that grant an insight into the minds of the talented chefs. Not just settling for curries though, the menu also includes juicy gourmet burgers and succulent steaks, all of which are halal.
City explorers strolling through the nearby Castlefield Urban Heritage Park and the fascinating Museum of Science and Industry are well advised to pay a visit to Mace Restaurant, should those curry cravings start to manifest in the form of a grumbling stomach.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays.