What We Have Planned for Christmas and the New Year

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December brings many reasons to celebrate, whether or not you observe Christmas. There’s other religious holidays, festive work parties and of course, New Year’s Eve. 

Here at Lagan Indian Tapas we want to help you to celebrate this December, that’s why we’re offering two exclusive set menus throughout the month, as well as opening our doors every single day of the month – including Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve!

Throughout December you can enjoy our Set Menu, designed to leave you satisfied. We have created two versions of this Set Menu – one for vegetarians, and one for meat eaters. At Lagan we strive to cater for every dietary requirement so please do let us know if you have any allergies or restrictions when booking. 

Our December Set Menus come with 4 starters (individually plated tapas items), 4 mains (all served with pilau rice, naan and raita. A dessert can be added to the end of your December Set Menu meal for just £3.50 extra.

The Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve Set Menus come with all of that and more – glass of prosecco and poppadoms on arrival, and a dessert option included at no extra cost.

Our Set Menus are perfect for work Christmas gatherings, family reunions, and celebrating with friends. There will be no arguments over the bill at the end of the evening as the Set Menu is sold per person, and better still, you’ll have no dishes to do like you would if you’d invited everyone to your home. 

We accept large bookings and still have some remaining spaces through December. The Christmas and New Year’s Eve events will book up fast so get in touch now to make sure that you don’t miss out. 

See our Christmas Menu Here

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