Review Summary

9 based on 1 reviews
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    My wife and I have eaten at The Manzil several times and it is always very nice. This time we were joined by friends who were spending a few days with us. They were very impressed with the service – the staff are always very attentive and pleasant - and the meal, as usual, was very enjoyable.

Mon:
5:30pm-12am (last orders 10:30pm)
Tue:
5:30pm-12am (last orders 10:30pm)
Wed:
5:30pm-12am (last orders 10:30pm)
Thu:
5:30pm-12am (last orders 10:30pm)
Fri:
5:30pm-12:30am (last orders 11am)
Sat:
5:30pm-12:30am (last orders 11am)
Sun:
5:30pm-12am (last orders 10:30pm)
  • Ranked #115 of 215
  • Avg. main course: £8
  • 0.62 miles from Burton upon Trent
  • Indian

We say…

The Manzil is an Indian restaurant in Burton-on-Trent. Ideally located less than a ten minutes’ walk from Burton station, it is the perfect dining place for visitors amongst locals. The restaurant’s name translates as ‘destination’ in Hindi, and undeniably this is venue is the destination of choice for lovers of authentic Indian cuisine.

The Manzil was launched in 1981 and after over thirty years in the business they are still at the top of their game. Formerly part of the Riverside shopping centre, the restaurant relocated to a stand-alone venue on Guild Street several years ago, in order to accommodate more guests. The interior is contemporary with a hint of classic Indian décor using shades of red and cream to create an air luxury. The venue can seat over 80 diners in a warm and spacious dining room. Guests can also benefit from free customer parking, which is perfect for those driving down from the A511.

Focusing on traditional Indian cuisine, the chefs at The Manzil take old-time recipes and adds their own creativity to make a series of dishes that are flavourful yet familiar. Diners can tuck into an assortment of rich dishes including crispy Duck Massala marinated in yoghurt then cooked with a selection of mild spices;  Indian Green Curry cooked with coriander, garam massala, mint and green pepper sauce; and Kofta Kesari; spiced lamb meatballs cooked with traditional North East Indian spices. A fixed price menu is available in the even with plenty of vegetarian and lactose free options as well.

The Manzil is one of Burton’s oldest Indian restaurants and its clear by its devoted following that it has stood the test of time. The exquisite food, ideal location, welcoming staff and spacious dining room makes The Manzil Indian Restaurant in Burton, Derbyshire popular with everyone from large families to couples. 






last updated: 26 Feb 2019
55 Guild Street, Burton-on-Trent, DE14 1NB
01283 535 156