For starters, look to their scrummy Falafels, Marsala Mirch and Humous which can be served up with extra veggies instead of naan breads.
For mains try their mixed vegetable dish Mili Juli Sabzi, or their spicy Bhindi which mixes vegetables with onion, chilli, garlic and ginger. Another one to try is their best-selling Vegetable Tikka which uses Zouk’s signature spices with in-season vegetables including cauliflower and pepper to eat with steamed rice. Lastly if you're after a nice hearty meal there's the Palak Aloo which is traditionally cooked with potatoes and spinach.
So if you fancy trying out some of Zouk's fantastic Vegan options, you should definitely give some of the above dishes a go. Also make sure you have a chat with your waiter or waitress at Zouk when you arrive so they can advise you. Zouk’s curries can be made without Butter Ghee in order to ensure they are suitable for vegans.Zouk Tea Bar Unit 5 The Quadrangle Chester Street Manchester M1 5QS 0161 2331 090 zoukteabar.co.uk/school/cooking-school/