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lovely food excellent staff always enjoy meal here not been disappointed
Lovely meal absolutely fantastic service Will highly recommend it to anyone
Very good service food beautiful.will visit again.staff very good.and very clean.
The staff are efficient the ambiance is excellent. The whole dinning experience, superb. The facilities are out of this world, The bar area is well furnished comfortable and relaxing, with right level of lighting with minimum glare.
What a lovely restaurant! Very comfortable sitting area in small bar to givectime for a 1st drink and a look at the excellent menu choices. Choices made then led to our table and away we went! Food was excellent from the papadoms and relish through to a lovely Bhuna Prawn on Purée followed by very flavoursome Chicken Patia and Keena rice with a side of Sag Aloo. With drinks the bill was just over £40 and nothing was left over to bring home!! A must for 1st time curry lovers! For those that are aficionados of this great food, a wonderful find - try it - and go back - we will for sure!!!!
This was our first visit to The Last Days of The Raj and it certainly won`t be our last. All of the staff were very friendly and professional, taking time to communicate and welcome us to the new environment. The food was absolutely superb. We are already looking forward to our next visit.
As a very 'seasoned' curry eater, the Last Days of the Raj is up there with the best from the poppadoms to the enormous nan breads. The words that spring to mind are 'fresh'and 'flavorsom'. Excellent service in a luxurious setting. Don't be fooled by the small village location. This restaurant would not be out of place in high end, big cities. More people need to visit this place, they'll be pleasantly surprised. Ideal if you're visiting the North East, Metro Centre or Newcastle, especially the Airport, as it's only a short drive away.
Excellent restaurant! There are a wide selection of dishes on the menu ranging from what they call the 'British Classics' - Bhuna, Roghan Josh, Dupiaza, etc. - through to several dishes I've not seen before. Unusually, the Tikka dishes were not priced higher than other dishes. All dishes are rated with a number of chilli icons and judging from the dishes we chose, these seemed accurate. Service was fast and attentive (though the only reason for the 5 instead of 6 was that our particular waiter was inexperienced and it did show a little - though we all have to start, somewhere). Overall, very enjoyable and we will be back!!
Our 3rd visit & once again fantastic service & food. We booked our table online & once shown to our table there was no rush to order. We were asked if we were ready for our main course which was nice as it gave plenty of time between our starters. Both starters & main courses were very tasty & fragrant the lamb was so tender as was the chicken. The Last Days of the Raj has a beautiful decor & an ambient atmosphere I would certainly recommend a visit to anyone.
Once again we have had a lovely experience at the last days of the raj in Dinnington Our waiter was very friendly and polite and the restaurant itself has a very relaxed friendly atmosphere The meal was fantastic, probably one of the best curries we have ever had and the mixed kebab starter was delicious. We were so full that we did not order a desert but were served with a complimentary bowl of sweet nibbles and mints, a lovely way to finish our meal