The UK's recently resigned Prime Minister, David Cameron, is believed to have ordered spicy Indian food to mark his last dinner at No. 10 Downing Street. Among the dishes for his last meal as Britain's leader was the spicy Hyderabadi Saffron Chicken, as well as samosas for starters.

Indian restaurant Kennington Tandoori tweeted on 12 July that it was about to deliver the soon-to-be former Prime Minister's "last supper". The restaurant offers a modern Indian cuisine and claims to be a popular choice among MPs based in the Westminster area near the Houses of Parliament.

Kennington Tandoori manager, Dr Kowsar Hoque, said: "The restaurant is a firm favourite with politicians across all parties. The residents of No. 10 Downing Street have enjoyed meals from the Kennington Tandoori since the restaurant opened in 1985 and the KT would hope that they continue to do so."

Cameron's last dinner as Prime Minister included Hyderabadi Saffron Chicken, Kashmiri Rogan Josh, Nasheeli Gost, KT Mixed Grill (Lamb and Chicken), Chicken Zalfrazi, Saag Alloo, Saag Paneer, Palak Gost, Vegetarian Samosas, Naan bread and rice, as well as other dishes.

According to the Press Trust of India, Cameron has often spoken of his fondness for Indian food and has specified that he likes it "pretty hot". The former Prime Minister, his wife, and three children moved out of the property in Downing Street as Theresa May took over as the country's leader.

Cameron, in the middle of his second term as Prime Minister, resigned following the UK's voting to leave the EU on 23 June. The Conservative leader, who had been a steady Remain campaigner, promised a referendum on the UK's EU membership during the last General Election in 2015.