uRBAN sPICE

70 Hathersage Road

Manchester 

M13 0FN

0161 248 9773

Our History

Opening Times

Monday                              12:00pm - 11:00pm.

Tuesday                             12:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday                        12:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday                            12:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday                                 12:00pm - 00:00pm

Saturday                             12:00pm - 00:00pm

Sunday                               12:00pm - 11:00pm

Find Us

Urban spice was established in 2000 selling mainly burgers and kebabs. High customer demands for curries and Indian style food led the founder to launch a bigger menu with the traditional Indian curries and biryani. This was the beginning of our ever popular Chicken Tikka Massala

 

After trading for a couple of years Urban Spice was taken over by a new owner in 2007. The same owner ran the business for several years until it was taken over the current owner in 2014. 


The current owner started with the ambition of bringing significant changes to the business to match the modern quality of life and demands by the new generation while still keeping in mind the demands of the loyal customers. With years of experience from Dominos pizza the new owner focused mainly on the pizzas first and introduced Calzones to the pizza menu. Later the Ice creams and milkshakes were introduced with varieties of ice-cream shakes and chocolate bar shakes which was another success. 

Urban Spice

We're located on Hathersage Road between the The Children's hospital and Victoria Bath, just after the junction of upper brook street and Hathersage road. Here's a map, but if you get lost, just give us a call and we'll tell you how to get here. 

URBAN SPICE


From time to time we send vouchers (buy one get one free, £5.00 off, Free bottle, % discount and many other discounts) through post, texts or email. if you fancy please fill in your details below and we will send you the special offers. Your details will be kept secure and not be passed to anyone else