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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.
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Very enjoyable, and food was lovely, very good service. Thanks
Great food, great staff, chef prepared special butter chicken for kids (not spicy). Thank you
Great table service by attentive courteous staff. Nothing too much trouble. Food delivered promptly. Was delicious and hot. Thanks. We'll be back.
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!
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