The delicious menus offer a diverse mix of traditional and modern dishes including Lamb Sheek Kebabs (fresh minced British lamb marinated in ginger garlic and delicate spices) to start, Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani (rice dish served at special occasions cooked with a range of spices) and Saag Jhinga (a king prawn Indian dish cooked with spinach, gentle spices, fresh ginger and green chilies) for main course.
In addition guests can enjoy weekly Indian-inspired entertainment with Bollywood, Garba, Kathak and Bhangra themed nights every Friday and performances from the Dhol Players and the Bollywood Academy Dance Group, in the exclusive cocktail and music lounge, Cinnabar.
Manzur Iqbal, owner at Vermilion, says: “Our ethos is to provide our guests with something new and different, and this month is no exception. In honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Vermillion and Cinnabar will celebrate Britain today and its diverse culture, presenting diners with a very unique and original offering of exquisite recipes from the heart of India and entertainment inspired by traditional Indian culture, in a beautiful setting.”
Founded in 2007, Vermillion and Cinnabar attracts over 2,000 customers a week, providing guests will an unrivalled dining experience in a stunning setting. Renowned for its awe inspiring interior, the restaurant and bar was designed by Miguel Cancio Martins, the man behind Buddha Bar in Paris. Designers also contributing to the interior include Alain Ducasse’s Crystal of Marrakech, and Ken Winch of Buckingham Palace Kitchen and Hakkasan, and Firefly of Hakkasan for the lighting design.
The British Raj Food Festival launches on 1 June at Vermilion and Cinnabar.To book a table or tickets for the entertainment, please call 0161 202 0055 or email reservations@
Vermilion and Cinnabar are located at Hulme Hall Lane/Lord North Street, Manchester, M40 8AD.