Named after a tree that provides a meeting place for communities in South Asia, The Banyan Tree restaurant serves diverse international cuisine. Floor-to-ceilings run the length of the restaurant, and a pavement al fresco tables are available in summer.
The Banyan Tree has carefully selected the finest and most distinctive flavours from around the world to create a mouth-watering menu. For starters guests can find everything from onion bhajis and garlic, paneer and coriander baked mussels to BBQ chicken wings with sour cream on The Banyan Tree menu.
There are a variety of burgers on offer, whilst other main course highlights include naan bread topped with house curry, and pork belly ribs with fries and onion rings. The specials boards are also always adorned with exciting alternatives.
Existing as a casual bar and restaurant, the Banyan Tree in Manchester is filled with comfy sofas and booths alongside, plus more formal tables for dinner. Deansgate Train Station is a 12-minute walk away.
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3 December 2016
Excellent food and cocktails! would definitely recommend to anyone.