Welcome to the Raj
Welcome to this the new web site of the Raj Indian Restaurant, which has been serving those Bristolians who love a really tasty authentic Indian curry since it's opening in 1981.
Whilst the restaurant has always been busy, the family who own it have always strived for constant improvement, without spoiling the core values that have led to it's ongoing popularity.
In the restaurant business it is usual to have a constant change in staffing, but the Raj has always employed professional staff who are passionate about the food and see it as a career. They make a point of getting to know their customers and always have a cheery welcome to diners whether they be regulars of the Raj going back years or those coming for the first experiece.
Our restaurant has been given a 5 star rating by the food hygiene authorities. The restaurant is fully air conditioned throughout.
We would like to make it clear that the Raj has no connection with any other restaurant, regardless of name similarities.
New Night Owl Menu
We have a brand new menu for 2013 - The Night Owl Menu. This new menu is a special deal primarily aimed at theatre goers who whould like to enjoy a nice Indian meal after a show. It is however open to anyone who would like to enjoy a two course meal at the Raj after ten o'clock for only £14.95 including a drink. In common with the Early Bird menu you have a choice of a starter or side dish, a main dish, a sundry and a drink. Take a look at the new Night Owl Menu. Despite the great price, you will still get the same high quality of service and the top quality food that has made the Raj an institution in BristolEarly Bird Menu.
Raj at Home
We understand that sometimes you will want the quality fare of the Raj, but for whatever reason want to stay in and so we can offer you the same food to collect from our restaurant with a generous discount of 25% off the À La Carte menu cost.
Bristol Old Vic
We are just a few doors down from Bristol's historic Old Vic Theatre on King Street. The theatre has been undergoing a huge redevelopment in recent years which will be fully completed in 2016 in time for their 250th anniversary. The theatre is open for business again and although the Georgian auditorium appears little different, the stalls and gallery have been raised to improve sightlines improving the experiece for the audience. For more information about the redevelopment and the programme of productions visit their web site here. To make a night at the theatre truly complete, pop into the Raj before or after the performance for a bite to eat.
The people of Bristol have been enjoying music at Colston Hall for almost 140 years. The South West's largest concert hall, venue for many of the world's greatest artists over the years, is just a short walk away from the Raj. The Colston Hall hosts classical orchestras of the highest standing, headline comedy acts, top rock and pop bands, choirs as well as local community performers. To see what's coming click here.
The Bristol Hippodrome, which first opened it's doors in 1912, is one of the country's top, family-friendly provincial theatres, which proudly continues to stage major West End and Broadway productions. The Bristol Hippodrome caters for all, whether you prefer musicals, ballet, opera, concerts, comedians or children’s shows, the venue’s busy programme is bound to have something to suit every taste. Best of all it's only a hop, skip and a jump from the Raj, so you can take advantage of the Night Owl Menu after a show. To see what's on click here