New bottomless curry buffet launches in Manchester with all-you-can-eat butter chicken

All-you-can-eat helpings of your favourite Indian food, with DJs soundtracking your feast.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 3rd November 2023

How much curry is too much curry, you ask. Well according to Bombay Curry Club, there’s literally no limit.

This new weekly curry club in Manchester is promising all-you-can eat helpings of all your favourite Indian food, down to slabs of traditional tandoori-cooked naan bread and heaps of masala fries.

The Bombay Curry Club comes from Payal, a fan favourite at Freight Island behind Manchester Piccadilly.

Running every Thursday, hungry Mancs can queue up for a bottomless curry buffet for just £16 per person.

It’s like an all-inclusive holiday where you actually want to eat everything in the building.


Piled up under the row of silver domes you’ll find curries including chicken makhani, tender pieces of chicken swimming in a rich red butter sauce; and lamb karai, where fall-apart lamb comes with a gentle kick of chilli.

For veggies, there’s an aloo gobi masala, where soft cauliflower florets and fluffy potatoes rub shoulders with a whole heap of spices. 


There are chunks of tandoori-cooked chicken tikka and veggie samosas to help yourself to too. 

Bombay Curry Club also has free-flowing naan breads, cooked properly in the tandoor oven, and mountains of jefra rice. 

Just you try and resist piling an entire plate full of their sweet and tangy masala fries too… 


And to top it off, as if you’re not already so full you need a long lie down, you can chuck on some poppadoms, kachumber salad, and chutneys. 

While you’re diving in on your Bombay Curry Club feast, you’ll be soundtrack by Freight Island’s resident DJs. 

The new Thursday night offering comes ahead of Freight Island’s huge festive season launch, where it will be transformed into Winter Island. 

This year, that includes a new Twilight Trail, an enchanting winter light show – tickets for the Twilight Trail are on sale now.

Featured image: The Manc Group