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Suiting a stylish sovereign, Sultan of Lancaster immediately makes you feel like you’re in for a treat as soon as you enter. Housed in a disused church on Brock Street in the city centre, not far from Lancaster Cathedral, this suave Indian eatery sets the scene with beautiful pillars, detailed carvings and warm lighting. Next comes the feast – and it sure befits a king. Proudly halal, family-friendly and sensitive to varying tastebuds, Sultan of Lancaster lays out an array of stunning Indian and international starters to begin with, perfect for sharing among a group. For the main event, treat yourself to something new with Sultan of Lancaster’s special dishes, such as a super spicy salmon masala balanced with fragrant herbs and bright citrus, or tuck into the Sultan Mix for a carnivorous carousel of succulent lamb chops, seekh kebab, chicken tikka and tandoori.
Fantastic service and amazing food. Recommend the Rogan Josh and naan bread cooked to perfection. All staff very welcoming and would definitely come back here again
Great food! But it was the service that blew my mind. Very very friendly staff, one of the best dining experiences I've had in Lancaster. Definitely recommends!
Excellent food, a wide selection to choose from, efficient and friendly staff, and stunning decor - not much more to say, really, other than go to Sultans in Lancaster.