Review on Sultan of Lancaster

Indian food meets Islamic art in this highly unusual set-up, housed in a former Methodist chapel. The main focus is a genuine and exquisitely decorated restaurant – complete with a glorious ceiling, ornate pillars and hand-crafted screens – where customers order from an evening menu in the onion pakora / chicken tikka masala mould.

The Sultan of Lancaster also incorporates a contemporary art gallery offering an insight in the culture and traditions of Islam. Tacked onto this is a Food Court, comprising a daytime café and delicatessen that is highly popular with shoppers, students and business people. Alcohol isn't allowed on the premises but well-made, refreshing lassi more than compensates.

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Naim Munshi

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Dinner: 5.00 - 11.00pm

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Facilities at Sultan of Lancaster

  • Vegetarian menu


Sultan of Lancaster
Old Church
Brock Street

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