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Tulsi wok tossed tofu (S, V, CVE)

Tofu tossed in wok and flavoured with fresh basil.

Paneer dilnaaz tikka (M, V, Se)

Indian cottage cheese infused with homemade spices and coated with toasted sesame seeds.

Guntur chilli kurkure dhingri (V, G, CVE)

Crispy fresh garden mushroom and sharp taste of Andhra special Guntur chilli.

Farmers hunter veg (V, G, Mus,CVE)

Battonet of vegetables bites tossed in black mustard, curry leaves and chilli garlic seasoning.

Chicken kebab kaziranga (M, Mus)

Charcoal smoked angeethi chicken and broiled.

Kozi porichathu (Mus)

A kerala styled unique roast chicken blackened with aromatic spices.

Pinky khushbash kebab (M, Eg)

A juicy flame-kissed chicken skewer infused with Kashmiri saffron.

Apollo fish (Mus, F, S, G)

A special savoury boneless fish with aromatic tempering seasoning.

Smoky ananas salmon (F, M, Mus)

A BBQ-loving stranger flavoured with pineapple and prepared in charcoal oven.

Kundapur chilli lahsooni prawn (Cr, M)

Fresh prawn marinated with a Mangalorean Byadagi chilli and oven roasted garlic.

Rustic bazari lamb chops (M, Mus)

Tender lamb chops flamed with market spices.

Mulmuli seekh kebab (M)

Flavourful bites of ground lamb made with freshly herbs.

All of your

Galli ke khana

Samosa chaat (V, G, M, CVE)

Layers of homemade samosa pastry, chickpea, potato, onion, sev and chilli sauce. Served cool, with yoghurt and tamarind chutney.

Beets Ragda Pattie (V, G, M, CVE)

Combination of beetroot and potato fritter dressed in tamarind mint, yoghurt chutney.

Kolkata bhel puri (V, Mus, CVE)

A popular Bengali steet snack, made of puffed rice and an assortment of spices, vegetables,mixture,mustard oil.

Palakura ullipaya bhaji (V, CVE)

Onion and spinach coated with our Chef’s special batter and deep fried.

Bhindi Kurkure (V, CVE)

Crispy fried tendered tangy okra pods.

Batata Samosa (G, V, M, CVE)

An Indian Homemade snack which has a crisp outer layer made of flour with rich filling of mashed potato and spices.

Must Try

Main Course

Gosht falaknuma (M, Mus)

A delicacy from Nizam Empire the succulent lamb pieces melt in your mouth exploring the aromatic spices.

Baoli handi lamb shank (M, Mus)

Slow cooked shin of juicy lamb meat cooked over low heat for a long time to become velvety, flavourful and fall-off-the-bone.

Gosht marchwagan (M, N)

A popular lamb preparation from North India,Lucknow,it is truly heavenly bliss with meat chunks drunken in a creamy yoghurt gravy.

Kolhapur lamb roast (M, Mus)

An awesome, unique, and fiery tasting lamb meat from Maharashtra.

Igaru royalu (CR, M, Mus)

Telangana styled prawn, coated with flavourful spices.

Sarson maach (Mus, M, F)

Bengali styled fish preparation flavoured with mustard and poppy seed paste.

Murgi kalia (M)

A traditional Indian dish for a classic chicken curry in creamy yoghurt, onion, tomatoes, and fragrance spices.

Murgh banzara (M)

A delicious, farmed yield chicken fully loaded with the aromatic herbs, cilantro, mint, and cumin flavour.

Degchi soola murgh (M)

A tangy spicy and smoky dish from Rajasthan.

Mogewali chooze kukarh (M)

Smoky smacking chicken kissed with delicious buttery based gravy.

Wild mushrooms, snow peas, baby corn, zucchini, olives.

Special Sizzlers with exotic vegetables

Seven spiced lamb chops (M, Mus)

Baby lamb chops mixed with seven different spices cooked in charcoal oven.

Chicken agni (M)

A fiery chicken broiled in clay oven and served in sizzler.

Farmer’s love d’affaire (V, M)

Vegetarian style chicken pieces are a mouth-watering meat alternative marinated in Indian spices cooked in a charcoal oven.

Sunehri Rawas (M, F, Mus)

Salmon fillets cooked in an Indian twist by simply marinating in a gorgeous mix of smoky paprika, fiery chilli, fresh coriander, zesty lemon and fragrant garam masala.

Prawn Angara (Cr, M)

Prawns are marinated in a spiced yoghurt and cooked over clay oven until crisp golden.

Dal Maharani (V, M, CVE)

Overnight soaked lentils cooked with tomato cream sauce and fenugreek.

Dal hariyali (V, M, Mus, CVE)

Yellow lentils tempered with kundapur chilli,coconut and farmed spinach.

Paneer aap ki pasand (M, V)

Kadhai, Makhani, Saag or Korma: Indian cottage cheese tempered with Chef’s special spices and gravy.

Dum Aloo Banarasi (V, M, Mus, CVE)

Supremely delicious deep fried baby potato in rich creamy tomato gravy.

Kalasu melagaru (V, M, CVE)

Traditional mixed vegetables curry tempered with mustard and curry leaves.

Saag Nayan Tara (V,Mus,CVE)

A combination of Spinach and Fenugreek Cooked with our Dhoom Dhaam spices kissed with sweetcorn.

D D Special (V, S, CVE)

Vegetarian styled chicken pieces with selected spices from our kitchen.


Pakki Awadhi Biryani

Served with the traditional bhurani raita and salad

Slow cooking Awadhi dum Biryani which brings out amazing flavours and textures and combined with the rich spices to create one of the best arts of cooking in the World.

Lamb (M, Eg)
Chicken (M, Eg)
Prawn (M, Eg, Cr)
Veg (M, V, CVE)

From the clay oven and staples

Seven jewels of flavoured rice (M, CVE)

Cooked rice tossed with 7 different spices.

Tossy tangy rice (Mus, CVE)

Flavoured with lemon grass and lemon zest.

Steamed Himalayan basmati rice
Plain naan (G)
Garlic and herbs naan (M, G)
Britannica naan (M, N, G)

Stuffed with assorted healthy tree nuts.

Tarragon naan (M, G)

Roti (G, CVE)
Cheese onion chilli kulcha (M, G)
Spicy chips with homemade masala (V, CVE)
Papadums with chutney (V, CVE)
  • M - Milk & Diary
  • Mus - Mustard
  • V - Vegetarian
  • G - Gluten
  • N - Nuts
  • Cr - Crustacean
  • Eg - Egg
  • S - Soya
  • F - Fish
  • CVE - Can be Vegan
  • Se - Sesame seeds

Any Allergy concerns please contact a member of staff.

Dhoom Dhaam Restaurant and Bar, 784-788 Wilmslow Road, Didsbury , M20 2DR +44 161 445 7852
Standard opening hours from Dec 6th 2021

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 5pm - 10pm
  • Wednesday 5pm - 10pm
  • Thursday 5pm - 11pm
  • Friday 5pm - 11pm
  • Saturday 3pm - 11pm
  • Sunday 3pm - 10pm
For reservations and collections please call 0161 445 7852