One is never too far away from a top rank curry house in Bristol – or indeed anywhere in the UK – and if you’re in Redlands, you’re close to one of the very best to be found anywhere. They’re so dedicated to the local community that they’ve named their restaurant after it – Lal Jomi is Hindi for Red Land – and they contribute heavily to local charities and work closely with neighbouring businesses. They’ve been rewarded for their efforts in the community with a solid following from locals, who come back time and again to sample the delights on offer at Lal Jomi. So much, however, that they can get quite busy on occasion, so when you make your decision to dine at Redland’s best Indian restaurant, we heavily recommend booking a table well in advance to ensure that you get a speck.
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Great food. Friendly staff. BYO option is great. Fantastic local curry house.
I have not eaten here for a few years, as the last time I didn’t enjoy the meal and the place looked a little rundown. However I am happy to say that although the same layout it has been well and truly spruced up and this time my meal was excellent and the staff were really caring and welcoming, I have no hesitation in recommending this restaurant to anyone and get a quality experience.
The dining scene in Bristol is as strong as almost anywhere in the UK, and the diversity of Indian restaurants in the city is one of the most enduring elements of it. Redland has its fair share of fine Indian restaurants, and right at the top of the list of Redland curry houses is Lal Jomi. They’re rightly popular with locals, from long term Brizzle residents to students at the University of Bristol, and when you make the trip over to Harcourt Road in the centre of the area, you’ll be met with a menu that gives an inclination into exactly why the hungry punters come back time and again to taste their Indian specialities.
Those specialities are numerous, and allow diners to experience the real curry house experience in Bristol at Lol Jami. The menu is huge, but we’ll talk you through a few of the big hitters, beginning with the starters. We can’t see any further than the tandoor, and the clay oven classics come thick and fast, from seekh kebabs to chicken, lamb or fish tikka, as well as king prawns and rainbow trout. Curries include everything from mild – korma and passanda – through medium bhuna, dopiaza and rogan josh and on all the way up to pathia, madras and the iconic vindaloo. There are plenty of chef’s specials too – the Lal Puri is a house signature – so whether you fancy a traditional classic or a lesser-known delicacy, there’s something waiting for you at Lol Jomi. Book a table now and set a course to Harcourt Road in Redland for a curry house to remember.