In 1881 the premises were occupied by Anthony Bell and Sons, marble masons and scluptors, whose unique marble chimney pots still adorn many a property in Lancashire. The building has always been architecturally significant because of its Venetian style which is unique in this area of Lancaster and it was to this backdrop that in the early 90’s the property was bought back to life by the current management’s family members who began trading as “The Nawab Balti House”.

During the late 90s, a new chef took over the restaurant and traded for a short period, a decision was then taken to stop trading and the building was closed, this was a sad time for the people of Lancaster who had now become close friends and regular customers.

Over the years the management periodically returned to Lancaster and everyone they spoke to would reminisce about the high quality of food served in this iconic building during those amazing early years.

Richard Fawcett

[1810 – 1878]

The words “Kashish; King of Curry” are words that we hold close to our hearts and these are words that are synonymous with a high quality eating experience.

The Parliment Buildings were originally designed by renowned local designers E .G. Paley of Paley and Austin Architects who designed and built the building in 1870 for Richard Fawcett who was a well-known business man and marble merchant; Mr Fawcett was also the Mayor of Lancaster in 1865

32 Parliment Streett, Lancaster, LA1 1DQ

01524 388222


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