Rusholme's Curry Mile saw an unlikely visitor last night as Ed Sheeran popped in following a day at the Ashes.
Staff at Mughli's Charcoal Pit on the infamous stretch of Wilmslow Road, were in for a shock when the award-winning singer arrived, along with former Australian cricket captain, Shane Warne.
The pair had been spotted during a rain-shortened day at Old Trafford for the fourth Ashes Test, before they decided to grab some food together on Wednesday evening.
Restaurant manager, Haz, runs the family business, which opened in 1991, along with brothers Shaz and Waff.
Haz said they received a booking from someone 'famous in Australia,' but had no idea who was going to walk through the dodor.
"We received an email earlier today to say someone was coming in that was quite famous in Australia, but we had no idea who," he said.
"They were very specific about what table they wanted though."
According to Haz, Ed Sheeran arrived around 6.30pm, flanked with security.
Haz, a former lawyer, took over the business when his father passed away in 2009.
He said the restaurant, which specialises in Indian and Pakistani street food, hasn't been short of famous faces, but that Ed Sheeran's visit was pretty special.