One of Didsbury’s best Nepalese/Indian restaurants, which also happens to be Manchester’s best. The Original Third Eye is an institution that just keeps on getting better. For the last 22 years, it has continuously won awards for its dazzling fusion of Nepalese and Indian cuisine with a modern twist… and taste. This year alone sees them nominated for the Best in Region by the British Curry Awards and the International Curry Awards. They also recently won an award for the Best Indian/Nepalese Restaurant in Manchester.
For Indian Head Chef and Owner, Arun, and his Nepali wife, Mel, their beautiful restaurant is a way of life, not just a business. Given Arun’s father, Mr Saudagar Mal, trained most of the Indian chefs in Manchester and was himself a vital part of the city’s long and rich heritage in south Asian cuisine, it’s clear this is a labour of love for their family. And it’s from this five-star dynasty of chefs that the restaurant derives its original and delicious menu.
With strong roots in both India and Nepal, alongside Arun’s taste for the modern, and a commitment to only use fresh produce bought daily, this really is a rare dining experience. And with each dish made freshly once ordered, any dietary requirements can be catered for.
All served up in a beautiful restaurant that wears its Asian heritage in a modern and fresh style.
Dining at The Original Third Eye is an experience the team are determined to keep affordable while always maintaining their award-winning levels of service, quality and taste.
From traditional ‘momos’, a unique blend of Nepal and Tibet, to their most popular chicken chilli, The Original Third Eye serves up a feast of the traditional blended with the modern.
For a ‘curry’ like no other, head to The Original Third Eye and experience a delicious journey of discovery you won’t find elsewhere.
The Original Third Eye
661 Wilmslow Road