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Health-Conscious Curries At Spicy Hut Restaurant

The Curry Mile favourite that offers gluten and MSG-free

Published on October 31st 2014.

Health-Conscious Curries At Spicy Hut Restaurant


THERE'S two contradictory beliefs knocking about when it comes to Indian food. One is that it's the least healthy takeaway options around. Another is that all those lentils and vegetables make it naturally healthy and wholesome. So who to believe?

It's now a vibrant, eclectic space that feels more Northern Quarter than Curry Mile

The truth is, it all comes down to how it's cooked and the menu choices you make. At Spicy Hut Restaurant on the Curry Mile, they pride themselves on falling into the 'healthy-wholesome' camp with plenty of dishes you can enjoy without worrying about OD-ing on saturated fat and artificial ingredients.


They offer a wide range of vegetarian and vegan dishes which are naturally healthier than their meat equivalents. And on top of this, all their curries are gluten-free, with no artificial flavours, additives, MSGs or preserved products.

This purity is a welcome consequence of their back-to-basics approach to cooking. The food here is all made from scratch using fresh herbs and spices to preserve the nutritional value of the dishes. And the best thing is, this way of cooking also preserves the flavours, textures, and aromas of the ingredients, resulting in a very tasty curry.

Spicy Hut Restaurant is known for its delicate, distinctive tastes – and its smattering of curry awards. They've taken first place in the Manchester Final of the National Curry Chef award, and third place in the North West Final.

Punters as well as critics rate them highly – this is a place we hear recommended again and again.


The takeaway service is very popular in South Manchester – and you save 10% when you order online. And the restaurant itself has recently had a revamp to bring it right up-to-date. It's now a vibrant, eclectic space that feels more Northern Quarter than Curry Mile.

20% off food and drink

Right now, Spicy Hut Restaurant is offering Confidential readers 20% off their food and drink when you order before 6.30pm, Sunday to Thursday.

So if you're in the mood for some super-tasty, wholesome food at a great price, why not head down there for guilt-free treat?

To take advantage of the 20% saving, you just need to quote ‘Early Tea’ and book in advance using the Get The Offer link here.

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