Found on Victoria Street, just steps from the National Conservation Centre, Sultan’s Palace is cranking up the heat with spicy curries, tandoori classics and incredible lunch specials. Close to many of Liverpool’s biggest sites and attractions, Sultan’s Palace in the city centre is a family-operated establishment that’s opulently decorated, creating a luxurious environment in the heart of the city. Moments from Moorfields station, the restaurant is easy to reach for residents from across town.
Feel like royalty while indulging in excellent Indian cuisine at Sultan’s Palace, where you’ll be served an array of specialties fit for a king (or queen). Specialising in tandoori dishes, made using charcoal-fired clay ovens, the restaurant is committed to sticking to traditional cooking techniques in order to provide diners with the most authentic experience possible. The gorgeous atmosphere creates a unique environment unlike anywhere else in Liverpool’s city centre, and combined with the cuisine, makes for an enchanting dining experience.
For an affordable price, you can enjoy an excellent executive lunch at Sultan’s Palace on weekdays from noon to 2:30 pm including your choice of beverage, starter, main course and dessert. Choose from delectable starters like chicken tikka (skewered chicken barbecued in the tandoor), fish Amritsari (battered cod) or onion bhaji, before deciding between mains like chicken jalfrezi, vegetable rogan josh or gosht mirchi wala (lamb cooked with chilli, onion and garam masala). Sultan’s Palace in Liverpool city centre also offers an extensive takeaway menu, perfect for movie night with the family. Planning to dine in? Do the smart thing and book in advance!
Nice Resturant, and lovely food. got there a bit late, but they were very accomadating. and didnt mind at all. Will go again soon. Thanks.
Exceptional! Quality of service and food was of a very high standard and excellent value. We will most definitely be visiting again and highly recommending.
Me and wife go there quite often we love it great food and the staff our very helpful would recommend the sultan's palace to friends and family
Beautiful authentic atmosphere, gorgeous food. Best Indian I have been too. The staff were polite and friendly and overall the price was very reasonable
We've been to Sultan's Palace a few times and have always enjoyed it. This time we shared the fish amritsari starter which was really good. I had the Rara Gosht Punjabi which was an interesting mix of diced lamb and minced lamb - something a bit different and very enjoyable. My girlfriend had the Lamb Rogan Josh which was nice as well.
went to sultans palace with a supplier for a quick bite after work. service was courteous, prompt and very attentative. the food arrived promptly and was thoroughly enjoyable - the madras not too hot so as to mask the flavour, the naan soft and freshly baked, and stuffed with keema lamb. the starter, the tandoori mixed grill, was mouthwateringly delicious. the only weak point for me was having to rush home. a very enjoyable experience and some great tasting food, which catered well to my vegetarian colleagues pallet. one, if not, THE best curry house i've sampled in Liverpool city centre.
The restaurant is easy to get to by public transport from Wirral. It is near the bus station, has a bus stop outside and the nearest train stations are Moorfields and Central Station. It is situated close to the tunnel if you wanted to drive. It is within walking distance from pubs and bars if you wanted to go out after the meal. The food and portion sizes were good. The only downside was the price and the set banquets looked reasonable but didn't seem to be worth the price when we asked more about them. This is reflected in the above score. We would go again.
Sultan's Palace is always amazing. High quality food with great flavours. The restaurant is a hidden gem and the decor is wonderful and really adds the the experience. Highly recommended
Always enjoy a Indian meal at the Sultan's Palace. Food is good and served hot. The only downside can be the atmosphere as it is a large restaurant and can feel a bit empty at times
For my first visit to this restaurant , I am particularly pleased with the service , choice and quality of food offered by the friendly and courteous staff. I highly recommend this restaurant to those who love Indian cuisine. The choice is very varied . Thank you