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You’ll find this Horfield favourite just past Memorial Stadium on Filton Road, and you could certainly do a lot worse for an after-match curry in Bristol than what you’ll enjoy at Raj Pavillions. In fact, Raj Pavillions serve up dishes better befitting a special-occasion dinner than a casual curry-house feed, with a range of particular Indian specialties presented in an eye-catching way. Raj Pavillions packs out pretty often, so it’s worth reserving a table before you go, especially if you’re dining with the whole family.
Very warm and welcoming staff with great food. A very enjoyable evening.
Raj Pavillions go the extra mile when it comes to service and presentation. This cosy restaurant on Filton Road in Horfield have staff who clearly enjoy what they do, and this makes a big difference to the dining experience. In addition, the meals you get at Raj Pavillions are presented beautifully enough that you might hesitate a moment before tucking in (check out the photos here to see what we mean). It will only be a moment, though, because you’re only human, and you couldn’t resist much more than a moment once you catch whiff of the gorgeous aromas steaming up from every dish at this Bristol Indian favourite.
Leave the Bristol Indian standards behind and try something new here in Horfield. Raj Pavillions boast a number of house specials that you should not miss the chance to try – how about the lemongrass-infused lamb mirchgosht, the asadi flavoured with green olives and feta, or a rich Lucknow-style chicken curry (a likely ancestor to korma)? Raj Pavillions can cater the spiciness of each dish to varying levels of tolerance, so you can be safe planning a large group or family meal here. You’ll spot Raj Pavillions easily enough right on Filton Road, but it’s worth booking a table before you turn up because they do get busy!