About Bristol Raj
For superlative Indian cuisine, in-the-know locals head straight for Bristol Raj on Alma Vale Road. This popular restaurant is found just moments from Bristol Zoo Gardens and the University of Bristol campus and a stone’s throw from Clifton Down overground station, making it a prime choice for local students as well as foodies from around town. With a classy setting that’s relaxed and unpretentious, the setting at Bristol Raj is ideal for nearly any occasion – save your seat by booking today.Go to Bristol Raj Page
- 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
- 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
- 6:00 pm - 12:00 am
- 6:00 pm - 12:00 am
Bristol may have its fair share of Indian restaurants, but if you want the best, you’ll have to head over to Bristol Raj on Alma Vale Road. If you like your food fresh and authentic, it doesn’t get much better than here at this local hotspot, where you’ll enjoy the tantalising flavours of the Indian kitchen without ever setting foot out of Clifton. Perfect for large groups, Bristol Raj is open seven days a week for when you and your crew want to chow down on Bristol’s top Indian dishes.
When dining at Clifton’s Bristol Raj, we highly recommend enjoying one of their fresh, tasty seafood dishes such as the aloo machli (Bengali fish tikka with spicy potatoes), the golda chingri palak (king prawns with spinach, spices, chilli and herbs) or our favourite, the crab bhuna cooked with mustard seeds, curry leaves, green chillies and coriander. As at any good Indian restaurant, there are several delicious vegetarian options, freshly baked naan and classics like lamb korma and chicken vindaloo, plus chef’s specialities including dal masala and kudu gosth, lamb cooked alongside diced pumpkin. Take your tastebuds on an exciting flavour trip at Bristol Raj, but make sure you book your experience in advance!
11 Bristol Raj Reviews
Cosy traditional Indian with excellent choice of great tasting food. Bring your own booze so it's extremely good value for money. Would highly recommend :)
really nice and friendly good value for the food excellent taste not a oily curry. lovey service and nice to bring your own booze. would defiantly give it a go
The premises are dated but look past that and be treated to great service and fabulous food and bring your own drinks at great prices.
We have been to this Indian Restaurant many times and once again we were not disappointed with the food and service it was excellent as always
I rang the restaurant to book a table and was told that there was nothing available until 930 p.m. Booked a table on line for 630 (time we wanted) via. your website. When we arrived restaurant was nearly empty it did fill up whilst there though but there were still empty tables. Service and food were very good. We went with a groupon voucher so even more enjoyable. Beware they do not sell any drinks you have to bring it all yourself. It does say BYO though.
Set meal for four took 2 hours 15 mins. Mains arrived 90+ minutes after placing order. Small restaurant, understaffed and over trading by running takeaway business from same kitchen. The very loud phone order line (often unanswered) was ringing all night in dinning area. At one point dinners were cheering when it was answered. Food good but a little cold as served without heat underneath.
Excellent food, but due to staff shortage we waited over an hour to be served. Also, made the booking online, but they hadn't actually reserved a table for us. Will go back as the food was good when it came, but not on a Friday evening!
Nice food, generous portions, if anything there was too much!! Helpful staff too, very friendly. It was great to be able to take own beer in as this bumps up bill normally.
Lovely food especially the paneer the mixed starter and the nann was exceptional will return being a BYO keeps the bill down went home very satisfied
Incredible choice from the menu with plenty of variety to suit all tastes, generous portions, everything we had was delicious, excellent value because of being BYO.