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Having been serving multiple generations of happy local punters over 35 years, New Rupali is firmly established as one of the best traditional Indian eateries in east Bristol. Located on Two Mile Hill Road in Kingswood, New Rupali has a welcoming, cosy atmosphere and a full range of meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes to suit every taste and level of spice tolerance, so book a table ahead of time and look forward to a satisfying meal the whole family can enjoy.
Food was slow as they prioritised the take away orders - serve us meat samosas not vegetable ones - but staff and restaurant was lovely
Very pleasant experience from the start friendly staff fantastic food and no rush a nicely refurbished restaurant.Nice to see the Rupali name was kept .
Top class service and food as always. I have been here many times and not had a bad meal. I look forward to many more enjoyable visits.
Curry-lovers in east Bristol have no shortage of options to fix their cravings, but New Rupali stands tall among the Indian eateries of this spice hub for its strong reputation among loyal locals consolidated over 35 years in business on Two Mile Hill Road in Kingswood. New Rupali is a family-run, independent Indian restaurant where you can really taste the time and care put into the smallest details, such as sourcing authentic spices from India, using only fresh vegetables from reliable suppliers and patiently adhering to various slow-cooking traditions.
New Rupali on Two Mile Hill Road offers diners all their favourite north Indian curries that have become British standards, including a fabulous lamb jalfrezi and a hot-as-you-can-handle-it chicken vindaloo, to go with other popular Anglo-Indian dishes like vegetarian balti and biryani dishes. But the family of passionate Indian cooks behind this Kingswood institution also want to expand the palates of their Bristol faithful with some south Indian specialties like their famous cardamom-, fennel- and ginger-based king prawn kerala, and a choice of traditional breads that goes way beyond your standard naan selection.