Scene celebrates Holi with exclusive restaurant offer

Scene Indian Street Kitchen are helping to paint Manchester red, blue, green; any colour you like as they celebrate the Indian festival of Holi.

Holi is the two-day ‘Festival of Colour' which marks the arrival of the harvest and Spring whilst celebrating fertility, colour and love.

People all over the world take part in Holi as it is seen as a time for people to put aside any views, grievances or religions and join together for the fun festivities. Friends, families and communities join together and as the day draws to an end, the celebrations are continued with food and drinks either at home or on the streets or cafes around.

On Sunday March 12th between 3-9pm, join Scene as they celebrate Holi in their Spinningfields restaurant. Guests are invited to join in by gathering together friends and family to experience an authentic colorful thali the way it is eaten in the homes and streets of India.

For just £15.95 per person, diners can indulge in a colourful 3 course traditional meal. There’s plenty for the whole party with spicy poppadoms and dips, onion bhaji, coriander infused salad and a choice of either chicken, lamb or vegetarian or vegan curry served with tarka dal and rice. Finish off the meal with a classic Indian kheer dessert all washed down with an exclusive drink - Holi pink tea. This is one that you should not miss!!

Book your space online at here and quote Holi Special.

Posted: Thursday 9th March 2017
ID: 5156 - 1850

Set in Manchester's premier food and drink district Spinningfields, Scene, Indian Street Food Kitchen is inspired by the energy and vitality of the sub-continent.

The dishes are inspired by street food vendors of India, Pakistan and Southern Asia and after numerous visits to these regions, the Ali family were able to create a menu that is reflective of their travels.

The aim is for customers to experience authentic tastes and to feel as though they have been transported to these foreign shores. Discover the range of options available with popular street food starters such as Samosa Chaat, Lamb Chops, Gunpowder Potatoes and Chilli Chicken from our Indo-Chinese section. Not forgetting, the unique tastes of dishes such as Banjari Gosht; tender lamb bathed in a yoghurt and chilli marinade and cooked gently with onions and a secret blend of spices. The lunch offering is simple and fast, yet full of taste and flavour.

Coming in a group? Check out the set menus - perfect for large parties!