Coriander Restaurant Opens In Cholton

Coriander, Chorlton opened it’s doors for the first time on June 5th 2013.Picture 231

Owner, Matin Abdul opened Coriander, Chorlton in 2004 after developing his unique concept – great tasting, traditional Bengali and Indian food without all the harmful colourings, testing salts and MSG used in almost all Asian restaurants across the globe.

Some of the dishes on Corianders menu have been tested and refined over one hundred times to ensure each dish tastes just right, even without artificial colouring and MSG which enhance the flavour and appearance of a dish but are harmful to our bodies. In fact, artificial colourings cannot be digested by the human body at all and this is often the cause of the unwanted after effects we associate with eating curry.

After the success of Coriander Chorlton, Matin opened his second restaurant in neighbouring village Withington in 2010 which has since established itself as one of the best local restaurants winning a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence and a ‘Festival of Curry award’ from the House of Commons.

Coriander’s has now opened it’s third restaurant located near Chorlton Bus Station on Barlow Moor Road. The new restaurant can accommodate up to eighty guests and is now taking bookings.

To make a reservation, please call 0161 881 0340 or 07508447047.  Picture 235

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