Discover why this restaurant’s name translates as ‘Wow’

Curries are a staple of most people’s week. Whether it’s a Friday night tradition or a midweek treat to help you make it through to the end of a difficult week, we love to sit down to a warming bowl of Indian food.

There’s comfort in there, like a spicy cuddle, and excitement too, as you discover new and unusual flavour combinations. Don’t forget the sociable side too. With all the bits and bobs that accompany a curry, passing round the poppadums and tucking in to onion bhajis together, it’s a meal to enjoy with friends.

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That’s why it’s important to find a curry house that you love. Mediocrity just doesn’t cut it when it comes to something as important as your regular curry fix. That’s why you should try Wah Ji Wah.

Wah Ji Wah is as relaxed and friendly as you’d want your local curry place to be but it goes the extra mile when it comes to the food. Fresh ingredients and fresh ideas mean you’ll enjoy all your favourites but you’ll also discover intriguing new dishes to try. Who knows, they might even become part of your regular repertoire?

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Explore new options like slow-cooked pot-roasted duck with yoghurt, cashew and coriander or the healthy halibut patrani. Vegetarians will love artichoke ke galawat – a regional speciality straight from the streets of Lucknow.

Whether you’re a convert to Indian street-food style dishes like samosa chana chaat or you prefer to stick to classics like lamb bhuna or chicken korma, everyone will find something to love at Wah Ji Wah.

After all, the name means ‘Wow’ and this is a restaurant that more than lives up to that.

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Find Wah Ji Wah at 37 King St W, Manchester M3 2PW and click here to find out more.