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Respond to Review of Lily's Vegetarian Indian Cuisine
by LeCoultre

Review: would describe this as a small casual Indian vegetarian cafe rather than a restaurant, which happens to have a fairly substantial menu and serves some beautiful mouth watering food. To say this place is good is an understatement; it's currently my favourite eatery in Greater Manchester. It's ideal for casual dinning, a place to meet friends or family for a cheap, fresh and nutritious vegetarian meal. I like to order a number of dishes and share them. On my various visits I have also noticed it is very accommodating to children. Food: Vegetarian Indian and oriental dishes. I have tried some of the oriental dishes as well as the Indian and I can honestly say they are both as equally delightful. On every visit I have found the food to be of a high quality and always fresh, the herbs and spices are delicious. I'm personally rather fond of their paneer dishes. 10/10 Price: Very reasonable most main courses are under £5, the menu is fairly large; all food seems to be cooked with love and fresh ingredients, which should be no surprise as its right next door to the supermarket. 10/10 Staff: Smiley, friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about the menu. 10/10 Parking: Free parking at the front of the restaurant plus plenty of free on street parking a few steps away. 10/10 Opening hours: Not open on Tuesdays and only open until 8pm on other days so don't get there too late.


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