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WELCOME TO THE ROYAL LEICESTERS

We specialise in creating delicious dishes that capture the essence of the Indian culture. Our guests can enjoy a menu full of vibrant spices and meticulous masala's in a cosy, warm and relaxed atmosphere. Suitable for business dinners, private parties, families or just an evening out with friends, the Royal Leicesters has an exquisite range of menu to suit all tastes.

Our aim is to provide the highest quality of foods to our customers cooked by using only the most freshest ingredients from our highly trained chefs.

 

We offer a 40 seater bar & 70 seater restaurant.

 

Royal Leicesters Catering

 

Appetising dishes created by using only the finest ingredients to provide an essence of the Royal Leicesters brought to your event. With the same high quality foods as our establishment, we will not leave any stone unturned when providing our clients with 5 star service.

If you are looking to leave your guests in awe with great cuisine, then look no further. We can provide for small gatherings to larger parties as well as corporate events. Working alongside you from the beginning to end, we will ensure all of your culinary needs are met and exceeded!

We deliver a wide range of menus from mouth-watering canapés, a choice of delicious vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals as well scrumptious desserts!

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The History

The link between The Royal Leicesters Bar & Restaurant and The Leicestershire Regiment has been formed for decades. The Royal Leicesters Pub was built in 1972 by Thomas Cecil Howitt, A Lieutenant-Colonel in the Leicestershire Regiment. Prior to this, Howitt was an architect, erecting many stunning buildings. The Royal Leicesters Bar & Restaurant was one of many of Howitt’s masterpieces built in the East Midlands.

 

Bringing together his knowledge of the Regiment, Howitt cleverly incorporated his time within the military within the Gastropub which can still be seen today.