The home of Punjabi cooking made its long anticipated arrival in Whitefield last week, as EastZEast opened its newest establishment on the outskirts of Manchester.
With the Lancashire restaurant signaling the fifth EastZEast to open in the UK, and with a sixth set to open in Birmingham by March, access to the finest Punjabi food is becoming easier and easier for Britain’s food lovers.
At a special opening ceremony, esteemed guests were joined by local residents, all eager to get a peak at what the fine dining eatery had to offer and they certainly weren’t disappointed.
Guests were treated to the classic EastZEast favourites, such as Lahori chicken and Lamb Sookha Bunah, offering just a small taste of what is available at the Punjabi specialists.
The two-floor, 350-capacity restaurant is the perfect venue for celebrations, whether it be a romantic meal for two, or a large party of wedding guests; everybody is catered for.
EastZEast has built up a reputation for providing the finest Punjabi meals in the North of England. The extensive menu has been perfected over a number of decades with chefs fully trained to serve up the most succulent meals on every occasion.
The special EastZEast grill menu is not only vast in options but also provides diners the healthier option. Whether it be fish, chicken, lamb or prawns, the delectable flavours will leave even the fussiest of eaters satisfied. Don’t just take my word for it though, head down to one of the five restaurants today to experience Indian dining at its best.
EastZEast’s new Whitefield restaurant is open seven days a week
(Mon-Thurs, 5pm-11.30pm; Fri-Sat, 5pm-12am; Sun, 5pm-11pm)
and is located at
117 Bury New Road, Whitefield, Bury, M45 7EG.
To book a reservation today please call 0161 796 7117
or to get a sneak peak at the famous menu, visit www.eastzeast.com