About Kohi Noor
Few things get the humble British diner going more than the prospect of a proper curry of a Friday night, and thusly there exists a superb standard of Indian restaurant to be found up and down the length of the UK. Bristol doesn’t miss out on this for a second, and over on Whiteladies Road in the heart of Redland, they have a fine example of the genre in the form of Kohi Noor. They take their name from the iconic diamond that sits above the Crown Jewels, and, if you’ll allow a terrible pun, they’re really among the crown jewels of the Bristol dining scene. Take a trip to Kohi Noor for one of the best curry houses in Redland, if not the whole city, and a menu that is packed with all your favourites. Book a table now.
The Koh-i-Noor diamond is the jewel in the crown of the Queen’s fancy hat, a real shining light. Unless your Her Maj, one of her underlings or the late Colonel Blood, it’s unlikely you’ll ever get within a deranged lunge at the sparkly stone, but if you’re in Bristol, you can do the next best thing: take a stab at the crown jewel of Bristol curry houses at Kohi Noor in Redland. They offer all the classics of the genre from their outlet on Whiteladies Road, so mosey on over to Clifton Downs train station and wander up the road to find out what all the fuss is about.
Kohi Noor is one of the paragons of the Indian restaurant scene in Bristol, and their menu reflects the very best that one expects from a proper curry house. There are starters such as pakoras and bhajis, seekh kebabs and lamb chops from the tandoor, crab masala and salmon tikka for seafood lovers and a whole range of traditional, hearty biryanis. As for the curries, we’d recommend the house signature Koh-E-Avadh, their take on a lamb rogan josh, served on the bone, cooked with the marrow and natural juices as well as cardamom and saffron. Book a table and head on over to Whiteladies Road for the best curry house Redlands, if not the whole of Bristol at Kohi Noor.