Welcome

I would like to welcome you to The Last Days of the Raj Restaurant. The award winning team here have been creating fantastic cuisine since 1984.So why not join us here at our new restaurant at this wonderful time of year.

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Although we have only been in Dinnington since 2015, our Brand was actually first started in Low Fell in 1984 – that’s over 30 years of the highest quality Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine!
We’ve always been a family run business so you can be assured that our quality will never drop and our restaurant is well worth checking out, if we do say so ourselves!
We’re open 7 days a week, so when will you choose to visit us?
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‘Tandoori’ is the name given to dishes cooked in a Tandoor oven, a staple of Indian restaurants. It is a round, clay oven used widely throughout India and Bangladesh, as well as other parts of the world.

A tandoor is typically used to cook spiced meats but you can bake naan bread in it too, giving everything that authentic Indian taste.

Our Tandoori Lamb Chops and Tandoori Chicken starters are the perfect beginning to a meal!
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Why not try one of our most popular dishes? Black Peppered King Prawns

Marinated King Prawns cooked in the tandoor and then stir fried with black pepper sauce, spices, crispy peppers and onions.
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We’re open 7 days a week, with various offers available as well as an incredible A La Carte menu.
Booking a table with us is easy – simply call us on 01661 598181 or use our online booking form at bit.ly/28WJCxf
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Fancy a healthy option? Why not try our Chicken Tikka? Mildly spiced Marinated chicken, cooked in the Tandoori oven. ... See MoreSee Less

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