St Asaph Street in the city, just in from the corner of Manchester St, the new Coriander’s Indian Restaurant is one of the city’s most striking examples of colonial architecture.

But it’s the restaurant’s interior ode to India which really sets the building apart. Featuring a unique Bollywood room seating groups of up to 50, two separate casual dining spaces, a unique tiger booth seating more intimate groups of eight, a contemporary bar and a separate entrance for takeaways, Coriander’s has achieved what many seek to do – transforming a large space into intimate dining areas with their own unique ambiance feeding into the overall design scheme.

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