In the United Kingdom, there is always a place in the hearts of the dining public for Indian food, and with over 10,000 curry houses spread across the nation, there is certainly a diversity of options to pick from. The East Midlands is home to some of the finest examples of the genre around, and many of them are clustered around Nottingham and its suburbs. In Sandiacre, on the south-eastern edge of the city towards Stapleford, they have Rajpoot, an Indian restaurant with a strong local following. They’re open from 6pm every day, and are easily accessed on Station Road – you can even take a detour to them off the nearby M1 – and when you get there, you can enjoy a selection of specialities such as Begum Bahar, spring chicken cooked with minced meat, Punjabi spices and fresh vegetables. Book a table now and head on over.
Good food not too fussy waiter attention had good table in widow very enjoyable family evening there been before will go again and thanks gave us a free spirt drink at the end
Great food, prompt service, went two consecutive Saturdays we enjoyed it so much. The staff are very friendly and make sure your meal is to your satisfaction . .
Mixed views about the Raj, although there seemed to be a lot of staff, service was very slow, firstly they didn't have flutes for the prosecca, a table of four came in after us, but were served first, they forgot one of the starters, and my jalfrezi arrived only warm in temperature, poppadums were lovely and fresh, so too the onion bajjis, the restaurant is clean, bright and spacious the staff friendly, but I wouldn't be in too much of a rush to return.