The recently refurbished Moghul started life in 1988 and has matured into what some would say is the best Indian in Lytham St Annes. Owner Danny specialises in Indian and Bangladeshi balti and khorai dishes, eat in or takeaway, and as well as the extensive main menu there is a good-value Early Bird offering served Monday to Thursday and a special a la carte Sunday Banquet. The service is exceptional and the owner is always on hand to offer advice and encourage you to try out new dishes. Red Fort in Lytham is a sister restaurant.
Sunday Banquet: 3 courses from £9.95 (Also available for takeaway).
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Can't beat it for quality, value, and consistency. We have been regular diners here for many years and can compare this with any Indian restaurant on the Fylde, we have tried all of them. There is a Sunday banquet that gives you a choice of starter, any main with choice of rice and finish with either coffee or kufti (ice cream) all for £9.95, how can you beat that?
5 of us (2 adult, 3 children) visited the restaurant last Friday (17/10/14) and were impressed with the traditional atmosphere of the establishment. . The food (& plates) were hot and very tasty; which included the surprise mystery dish (FOC). I think this is a good idea, as I had the opportunity to taste something I would not normally ask for. There was no problem with the drinks and the service was friendly and attentive. At the end of the meal, the children were offered ice cream which was also FOC.
Stayed in St Annes and went to the Moghul for a meal. It was amazing, great food great decor and great service from Roni & Mr Ali . We had little tasters for free. It was so good we went the next day even better news , we don't need a passport to go back down. 19 09 2014.
Dropped into the Moghul last Friday for a late night curry around 10.30pm. Still going strong after all these years and owner Danny was on hand to say hello as always. Food was good and they always add in a free mystery dish which is a nice touch. Some more diners arrived after us which makes you feel a little less guilty about keeping the waiting staff out of their beds!
Have visited the Mogul every Easter for the past 20 years or so when at the Blackpool Hockey Festival. Need I say anymore?
We went to try the Moghul last night having not been in for several years. Staff were friendly, place was clean and tidy. Beer was ok but served my daughter with flat coke from a supermarket but price bottle and tried to argue when we sent it back. That being replaced by a bottle of coke we had starters which were nice, tasty & fresh. They included samosa tasters FOC which was a nice touch. However, we were not so keen on the main courses. My main was tepid and incredibly gloopy largely due to being served in a cold dish. My other half's was fresher and much hotter but my daughter had Shashlik which like mine was served on a cold plate. We ate off the banquet which had the mains been ok would have been great value. Overall bit disappointed by basic errors. We normally eat at a nearby award winning Indian and I suspect we will be returning there next time.
A fine meal on a monday night. The restaurant was quite busy for this day of the week which says alot about the quality of the place. If in St Annes this could be your Indian restaurant of choice.
Have visited this restaurant many times and the standard is always consistent . Food is excellent, well cooked and service is efficient and friendly. The menu is extensive and new dishes are added to the menu, and on our most recent visit we were offered a sample of their new dish - Chicken Bahar, which was delicious - such a good idea to taste something different ! We had the early bird special, which is really good value with even a complimentary liqueur as well ! We shall continue to eat here because the standard is so good. Thank you Moghul !
Just had a meal at the Moghul, it was excellent quality, lovely fresh food and will be going back again. The added samples were very much appreciated. Can recommend the food here. Had a great meal and the service was very good.
My partner and i went there for the first time last night and wasnt impressed. The food was ok, nothing special and weve certainly had better in other indian restaurants. The staff werent particulary friendly and not at all welcoming and fail to see how its been classed as the best indian restaurant in st annes. We wont be going back there.