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The Last Days of the Raj

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The Last Days of the Raj Restaurant and award winning team have been creating fantastic cuisine since 1984. The menu reflects the vast range of cuisine in the Indian subcontinent with influences from Bengal, Parsi, Goan, Gujarati as well as the British Raj. Since opening in 1995 The Last Days of the Raj has become synonymous with fine food and attention to detail. The restaurant has been one of the most successful restaurants in the North East. lt embodies the culture of the Indian subcontinent and celebrates its rich history, culture and traditions.

The British Raj took much away from its sojourn in India, the most significant of which was the food. The discovery of Indian spices changed the British palate for ever, creating a legacy which has continued long after the days of the Raj were gone.

The Last Days of the Raj is confident that their menu will impress your taste buds. Take a look at their extensive menus, catering for all occasions including lunch time and tapas menu to Royal Banquet menu for up to 10 people. Read more here.

Sit in or takeaway, you can enjoy the delicious food on offer in their vibrant surroundings or from the comfort of your own sofa.

 

 

 

 

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