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In the midst of the best food in the world, Mumtaz Restaurant recently had the privilege of hosting a prestigious guest not to mention Her Majesty, the Queen of the United Kingdom. The royal visit was not only a significant event for Mumtaz, but also a testimony to its longstanding reputation for outstanding food and warm welcome. In this article, we delves into the specifics regarding the royal trip looking into the experience of Her Majesty’s and the comments and letters that came out.

Her Majesty’s visit in the Mumtaz Restaurant was a spectacle of grace and elegance. In a group accompanied by an elite entourage, the Queen adorned the dining establishment with her presence, soaking herself in the exquisite aromas and delicious flavours that have characterised Mumtaz since it was founded in 1979. The restaurant’s ambience, rooted in the richness of culture and tradition made for the perfect setting to enjoy a meal of royal indulgence.

After Her Majesty’s visit reviews began pouring in and each expressed admiration for the ability of Mumtaz to please even the most sophisticated taste. People who had the privilege of dining with The Queen reflected on their experience with a focus on the meticulous care in service as well as the delicious flavours of the food and the elegant ambience that Mumtaz effortlessly offered.

In the days following, Mumtaz received letters of gratitude from the royal household thanking them for the outstanding hospitality and culinary expertise that was extended to her during the visit of Her Majesty. The letters praised Mumtaz for upholding the top standards, not just in the quality of the food but in addition in creating an ambience that would could be a fitting setting for a dinner with a king.

The Queen, well-known for her sophisticated palate, took particular pleasure in Mumtaz’s mix of modern and traditional British-Indian food. The signature dishes like The Chicken Tikka Masala and the aromatic Lamb Biryani earned royal approval and showcased Mumtaz’s ability elevate traditional British classics with a distinctive flavour.

The most memorable moment of the trip was the Queen’s delight in Mumtaz’s famed Mango Lassi, a non-alcoholic drink that has turned into a worldwide hit. The Queen, who is known for her taste and discerning palate was awed by the refreshing mix of mangoes that were ripe along with yogurt, spices, and other ingredients and firmly establishing Mango Lassi’s status as a royal drink that she enjoys.

Her Majesty’s trip has left a lasting impression on Mumtaz and further establishing its position as a dining place to go to for those who have a desire for quality. The accolades and appreciation letters provide proof of Mumtaz’s commitment to providing an experience worthy of the aristocratic. The legacy left by this historic trip continues to unfold, Mumtaz remains an emblem of culinary excellence and rich cultural heritage, welcoming patrons from all different walks of life to experience the royalty-like service that has become synonymous with its name.

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Mumtaz

386-410 Great Horton Rd,

 Bradford

BD7 3HS.

Phone01274 571861

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Saturday        15:30 to 23:30 pm

Sunday           15:30 to 23:30 pm

Monday          15:30 to 23:30 pm

Tuesday         15:30 to 23:30 pm

Thursday        15:30 to 23:30 pm

Friday              15:30 to 23:30 pm