UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!

Please note that we are closed for refurbishment until further notice.
We will open again as soon as possible and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Curry, Traditional Curries, Tandoori Dishes, Biryani, Meal Deals, Desserts, Drinks, Bangladeshi, Indian
ORDER ONLINE or CALL
0161 681 0073
476-478 Oldham Road,
Failsworth M35 0FH

Welcome to Aman Indian Restaurant

Using only the finest and freshest ingredients, our talented chefs offer a wide and diverse menu packed with culinary delights for you to enjoy. Reserve a table by calling 0161 681 0073.

Or why not take advantage of our takeaway service and enjoy your meal in the comfort of your own home? Online ordering is available to all postcodes within 5 miles of our Restaurant with fast home delivery to qualifying addresses.

We are now Fully Licensed!

We are pleased to announce that Aman Indian Restaurant is now licensed to sell beers, wines and spirits to enhance your meal. Please drink responsibly.

Chef Mohammed Lulu Miah honoured at National Curry Awards

The National Curry Awards (NCA) has honoured the UK Curry Industry at a new awards ceremony, hosted in the House of Lords.

The awards were presented in three categories recognising outstanding chefs and successful restaurants and food businesses across the UK.

The inaugural ceremony took place on Monday 2nd September 1919 and was attended by politicians and celebrities, along with staff and restaurant owners from establishments across the country, who gathered in London to hear the winners announced.

Nominations for Best Chef, Best Takeaway and Best Restaurant came in from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales with awards handed out to winners in locations as far apart as Bangor and Bedfordshire and as far north as St Andrews in Scotland.

The Asian catering industry is worth an estimated 5 billion to the UK economy, but in recent years has witnessed a worrying decline that has been largely attributed to a shortage of skilled workers and lack of investment in training.

The NCA was launched to address these concerns and aims to positively promote the industry by highlighting the sector's success stories and its wider contribution to UK culture.

Winners at the National Curry Awards 2019 range from long-established family businesses to more recently launched ventures which, along with the winning chefs, exemplify what can be achieved through dedication to first-class customer service and the creation of fantastic cuisine.

These curry heroes are making a positive impact in their local communities and showcasing their success will hopefully inspire a new generation to join the industry, securing its future for curry lovers across the UK for many more years to come.

Pictured is Mr William Wragg MP presenting the award for Chef Of The Year to Mohammed Lulu Miah, Aman Indian Restaurant.

Failsworth chef wins another national award

Aman Indian Restaurant Executive Chef, Mohammed Lulu Miah, was once again voted one of the best curry chefs in the UK at the 2018 Curry Chef of the Year Awards.

Mr Miah was one of a number of chefs to receive official recognition for their contribution to a multi-billion-pound industry.

Around 1,000 VIP guests attended a glittering gala dinner at the Grosvenor House in London on Sunday 18th November, to honour the winners of the 8th Asian Curry Awards, organised by the Asian Catering Federation (ACF).

These are the nation’s only accolades dedicated to the entire spectrum of pan-Asian cuisines, rewarding the best curry restaurants and takeaways. Winning an Asian Curry Award is widely regarded in the community as the ultimate achievement for a restaurateur or chef.

Chef Mohammed Miah said: “To win this title again is the greatest vote of confidence I could wish for, not just for myself but for my team who work so hard to make things happen at the Aman Indian Restaurant. The award will inspire us to keep improving and I’d also like to thank all our customers for their help putting us on the map.”

The awards were co-hosted by BBC TV presenter Babita Sharma and Tommy Sandhu from the BBC Radio Asian Network.

Angela Rayner MP enjoys a meal at Aman

Angela Rayner, MP for Ashton-Under-Lyne, was a recent visitor to Aman Indian Restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

In a letter from the House of Commons she says: "Dear Mr & Mrs Miah, I wanted to drop you a note to say thank you for your hospitality and the wonderful meal on Sunday. The Chicken Sass was the best I have ever tasted."