Zouk Celebrates Eid al-Adha from 9th to 13th July
When Zouk celebrates Eid al-Adha we don’t do it by halves. This year we’re celebrating with our special saji roast legs of lamb every day of Eid-al-Adha. From 9th July to 13th July you can order a Saji Roast leg of Lamb to eat in or take away. Feasting with family is a huge part of this celebration and we have plenty of options to help you celebrate in style.
Saji Roast Leg of Lamb
At Zouk we like to celebrate Eid al-Adha each year in traditional style with our specialty dish, saji roast leg of lamb. After being marinated for 24 hours this dish is slowly roasted and served up with spicy potatoes and sautéed veg. Price at £80 and perfect for 4-6 people sharing, this feast is something we love to serve on special occasions.The marinade needs 24 hours to infuse the meat with flavour
Whole Stuffed Lamb
If you are dining with a larger party, then you could opt for our whole stuffed roast lamb. This lamb is again marinated for 24 hours in Zouk’s special blend of herbs & spices before being stuffed with vegetable rice. It is then slowly roasted and basted throughout the cooking process to keep the meat juicy and tender. If you order this special, then you had better bring your appetite as it serves up to 15 people. The price, which is based on the weight of the lamb is roughly £300 or £20 per person but this includes all the accompaniments and trimmings. To keep things authentic this includes; tasty vegetable pilau, heaps of golden roasted potatoes, delicious sautéed veg and a flavoursome spicy gravy.
Check out our whole roast lamb review by ilovemanchester here for more info on this special occasion feast.
Zouk Celebrates Eid al-Adha at Home
If you prefer to celebrate Eid in the comfort of your own home then you don’t have to miss out on all the fun. You can now order any of our roasts for collection to take away and enjoy at home. We do require a little notice for this so we have time to marinade the meat, cook it and pack it so that its piping hot and ready to serve when you get it home. Details of how to order this can be found below in the how to order section.
Prefer to prepare a home-made feast? Then take a look at our top tips from head chef Mangal Rawat. Mangal has shared lots of advice for preparing the perfect roasted lamb raan at home here.
How to Order
For restaurant orders please make your reservation online on our website by clicking here. In the special requests section please specify which special roast you would like to pre-order and then give the restaurant a call on 0161 2331090 to pay your deposit. If you need any further information or have any questions about booking and ordering feel free to give us a call first to discuss.
For take away order please call the restaurant on 01612331090 or email email@example.com with details of your request.