Mr’s A’s Kitchen is bringing a taste of Bengali Street Food to Eccles!
Aiming to rid Salford of generic Indian cuisine, Mr’s A’s Kitchen has opened this week to rave reviews.
Across from the recently opened Ajo Tapas Cafe and just a few doors down from The Northern Type, Mr’s A’s Kitchen is a welcome addition to Eccles High Street renaissance.
We visited last week for the launch, sampling some of the food and to check out the new venue.
What makes Mrs A’s Kitchen different?
Born in Bangladesh and the youngest of six kids, Mr’s A (I haven’t been able to find what the A stands for) arrived in the UK in the 1980s and has lived in Salford for over 30 years. After cooking for friends and family for years, she hopes to bring her authentic cooking style and flair to Salford.
Rather than focusing on a packed menu full of samey dishes, Mrs A cooks a handful of Bengali dishes that are prepared fresh every day. Packed with flavour, they shouldn’t disappoint.
The menu changes daily – best to keep an on the Twitter account to find out what the specials are for the day!
We’ll be back soon for a full review of the menu (and to take some better photos) but until then check out the Mrs A’s Kitchen Instagram Page to see what it’s all about!
Mrs A’s Kitchen
30 Church Street, Eccles, Manchester M30 0DF