Welcome to SultanBalti
S ultan Palace now in its 17th year is the busiest Indian restaurant in Wokingham. An article in a local newspaper referred to the restaurant as having “Poppadoms in the Premier League”. In the heart of Wokingham, Sultan Balti Palace operates from a two storey listed Tudor building. Sultan Palace holds 20 seats on the ground floor and 55 seats upstairs in the main restaurant. The restaurant serves a range of tempting and delicious light meals and snacks at lunchtime. In the evening the restaurant is well known for its traditional Balti style cuisine. There is a private room that holds 30 covers that can be hired for parties and functions. Visit us to experience true Indian flavours and indulge yourself with Asian food mantra!
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Currying Favour with superb food and great atmosphere - By Alex Drury
Nestled in the heart of Market Place the restaurant is equally at home catering to groups and couples.
The Grade-II listed building is able to accommodate up to 60 diners.
If that wasn’t enough, the 20-year-old restaurant also offers a comprehensive experience with the neighboring Roebuck pub, which is also owned by the restaurateurs.
The pub is bookable for large groups who can enjoy a mouthwatering buffet as well as a range of drinks on tap.
As you may expect, the strength of a meal at the curry house is the versatility of the mains, however to only focus on them would be a disservice to the accoutrements on offer.
It is hard to know how well a poppadum can be cooked until you’ve experienced it, but the appetizer is incomparable with other restaurants and the establishment also serves a more unusual spiced option.
If the list of 18 wines, including dessert and champagne, or the lagers on tap don’t take your fancy, then the service team, headed by AHMED KHALIL is more than happy to provide ales from the pub next door.
Among the starters you may expect, including samosas and onion bhajis, a lehsooni white bait is hard to beat.
The flavorsome fish, marinated in garlic and red chilies is beautifully blended for a rounded flavor, playing off the lightness of the batter.
The mains are where the menu really shines, with a lamb shank cooked in a masala sauce so tender the lamb can be pulled off the bone with a spoon.
The chicken Karahi is another revelation for those looking to branch out from the more tried and tested tikka masala.
The masala, made by chef Iqbal and his six-man team, is creamy blend of spices with a generous amount of tender chicken.
The sag aloo can stand shoulder to shoulder with the best Berkshire.
The restaurant was asked to cater for then Prime Minister Tony Blair at garden parties at No 10 and it’s not hard to imagine why.
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