This Sunday, Zouk Tea Bar & Grill hosts a day-long culinary extravaganza in celebration of Eid al-Adha, with a variety of sumptuous dishes served from 8am until late and a colossal halal Indian-style Sunday Roast in the afternoon.

From 8am until noon, guests can enjoy an unforgettable Eid morning meal with Zouk’s new, lavish fusion brunch platters. Featuring a blend of authentic Indian-inspired dishes and classic English breakfast fare, alongside the occasional European twist, the heaving medley boards are available as savoury, sweet or mixed options. Click here for our review.

From 12pm to 5pm, Zouk invites diners to celebrate Eid al-Adha with their famous halal Indian-style Sunday Roast, a family-sized sharing platter laden with three roasted meats, Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and all the trimmings, alongside Zouk’s wildly popular spicy gravy.

For larger Eid parties, you can go all out with Zouk’s whole stuffed lamb, marinated for 24 hours in Zouk’s special spice blend before being stuffed with vegetable rice, slow-roasted and basted for endless depth of flavour. Available for roughly £350 – around £25pp – this once-in-a-lifetime dish can comfortably feed fifteen guests, with accompaniments including vegetable pilau, heaps of golden roast potatoes, delicious sautéed vegetables and yet more spicy gravy.

Legs of lamb raan with the same trimmings are also available fo groups of 4-6 people.

To pre-order the Whole Roast Lamb or Leg of Lamb either to eat in or take away please give the restaurant a call on 0161 233 1090 or email with details of your request.

From 5pm onwards, Zouk serves its beloved a la carte menu, which features a dazzling range of starters, grilled meats, traditional curries and even gourmet burgers, guaranteeing diners a diverse array of dishes throughout the day to celebrate Eid al-Adha in their own special way.

This year, Eid al-Adha falls on the same date as Father’s Day, which Zouk is also celebrating with all the above options and a free Cobra beer for dads dining in the restaurant on Sunday.

Click here to check out Zouk’s menus, and click here to book a table.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sun 16 Jun, 8am-12am, Zouk Tea Bar & Grill,
Unit 5, Chester Street, Manchester, M1 5QS
Wolf McFarlane
Published on:
Mon 10 Jun 2024