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Samosas, Saag Aloo at 10 Downing Street on Cameron's Last Night as PM

Cameron's official spokeswoman said the delivery had been for civil servants who were working on arrangements for the change of prime ministers.

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Updated:July 13, 2016, 7:53 PM IST
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Samosas, Saag Aloo at 10 Downing Street on Cameron's Last Night as PM
Britain's outgoing Prime Minister, David Cameron, speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons.
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  • Kennington Tandoori tweets picture of driver sending 'last supper' to 10 Downing Street
  • Westminster's favourite curry house says it was 'a pleasure' to serve PM

It was curry for David Cameron's last dinner as British PM, with the Kennington Tandoori, a favourite haunt of MPs, delivering more than £50 worth of food to Number 10 on Tuesday evening.

The restaurant tweeted a picture of a delivery worker about to set off on his moped with four insulated bags on the back – containing dishes including their mixed grill, samosas and sag aloo.

They tweeted: "Last supper delivered to no 10 Downing Street by #theKTLondon. It's been a pleasure Prime Minister!"

Cameron's official spokeswoman told British Media, the delivery had been for civil servants who were working on arrangements for the change of prime ministers.

Cameron and his wife Samantha are keen curry fans and make a point of tasting local curry restaurants during the Conservative party conference season - whether in Birmingham, Manchester or Brighton, the DailyMail.

But Kennington Tandoori - where many Westminster plots originated - might find their custom from Downing Street fading after Wednesday, as his successor Theresa May is more keen on cooking her own meals.

The restaurant has been a favourite venue of some of Westminster's most famous players over the years - including Ken Clarke, Charles Kennedy, Ann Widdecombe and John Prescott.

Situated across the Thames from the Houses of Parliament, it provides MPs a curry house within easy staggering distance if they need to rush back to the Commons for votes.

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