Arnero Restaurant located at 25, Sackville St, Manchester, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 3LZ, UK

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Mughlai and North Indian cooking are the speciality at this welcoming restaurant. · Dine-in · Takeaway

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Lloyd Jones

5 Google Rating

The service and the food was outstanding.. thanks

5/ 5

The service and the food was outstanding.. thanks

Sabrina Cheung

2 Google Rating

I ordered a takeaway here a few days ago. Was quite disappointed with the given reviews on the websi

2/ 5

I ordered a takeaway here a few days ago. Was quite disappointed with the given reviews on the website and definitely not what it looks like on the pictures. I ordered the Chicken Desi Handi on the bone. The curry was rather runny that comes with 3 pcs of chicken: one chicken breast, one drumstick, one and one thigh piece. The only one that is not dry is the chicken drumstick. The curry itself was rather bland with just a hint of spiciness in it. The garlic naan was ok. But nothing special. At least the server there was quite nice. 2/5

Nilesh Giridhar

5 Google Rating

This place has best papdi chat off all the hotels I've tried in Manchester. The food here is very d

5/ 5

This place has best papdi chat off all the hotels I've tried in Manchester. The food here is very delicious and the owner / chef is a very jolly fella. Food here is really nice and amazing service. The prices are quite reasonable as well. A must visit restaurant for taste of India if you're in Manchester.

Faye Mervyn

4 Google Rating

Beautiful Indian food, fish Goan curry was amazing

4/ 5

Beautiful Indian food, fish Goan curry was amazing

Nathan Cruddas

5 Google Rating

Great Food and friendly warm service. Never disappoints!

5/ 5

Great Food and friendly warm service. Never disappoints!

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  • Sunday03:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Monday24 hours open
  • Tuesday03:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • wednesday03:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Thursday03:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Friday03:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday03:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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