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10 Moutherwatering Curries Around the World You Can't Miss (slideshow)

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What’s In a Curry? Almost Anything, It Seems

Mas Riha, Maldives

Mas Riha can be eaten any time of day, but when it’s eaten for breakfast, locals serve it with a slice of roshi (or flatbread instead of rice). The most important part of mas riha is the fresh tuna cooked over a low fire with fried onions and spices. Water gets added after the tuna is cooked, and the coconut milk isn’t added until the curry is almost done.

Sukhi Bhaji, Gujarat, India

This dry potato dish is not usually what Westerners think when they hear “curry”, but curry leaves, green chilies, and cilantro leaves give the potatoes a distinctive curry flavor. The curried potatoes are traditionally served with poori, an unleavened fry bread.

Kaeng Som, Thailand

Thailand’s sour and spicy fish dish is usually prepared with cauliflower, daikon, asparagus, and even bits of cha om (an aromatic herb) omelets. Some might contain pineapple for an element of sweetness, but never coconut milk, which is taboo in a traditional kaeng som.

Doro Wat, Ethiopia

Arguably the most popular dish in Ethiopia, Doro Wat is a stew made from chicken and hard-boiled eggs. Unlike many curries, the preparation of wat involves cooking onions and aromatics first, without any oil or fat, until their moisture has slowly cooked away. Fat is added later, which causes the onions to break down and thicken the stew.

Peshawari Karahi, Pakistan

Dried fenugreek and lamb are essential components to this traditional tomato-based curry. Green chilis add heat and yogurt both thickens the stew and helps to break down and tenderize the meat.

Curry Fish Balls, Hong Kong

These deep fried snacks are not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about curry. Yet Hong Kong’s curry fish balls remain one of the most popular street vendor snacks around. Government regulations mandate the “fish balls” contain 20% fish. What’s the rest? It’s a mystery. But the balls are boiled in curry spicy curry sauce and then deep-fried. They’re served in quantities of 5-7 on a bamboo skewer.

Kare, Japan

Curry is considered a Western dish in Japan because it was introduced in the late 19th century by the British. Curry sauce is a roux made of curry powder, flour, and oil and served over meat, vegetables, or plain rice to make a kare, or curry.

Curry Agouti, Trinidad

In the 19th century, Indians in Trinidad didn’t have the spices to recreate traditional styles of curry, so they mostly relied on turmeric combined with local proteins, such as the agouti, a small animal similar to a groundhog, to make curries. This wet curry also uses papaya and coconut milk.

Curry House Style, England

Curry houses have been a British staple since 1810, and harken back to the bad old days of Imperialism. However, curry remains one of Britain’s favorite dishes. A curry house sauce usually involves onion, garlic, and fresh ginger. Ground coriander is the most common thickening agent and turmeric is used for color. They contain a wide variety of proteins, most commonly meatballs, chicken, and lamb.

Opor Ayam, Indonesia

The base of this sweet, mild curry is a chicken cooked in coconut milk. The stew also sometimes contains lemongrass and cinnamon, and is often served with kupat, a dumpling made from rice stuffed into a palm leaf.


Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood

Top Indian Restaurants and Takeaways in Bristol

There is a world of difference between a good curry house and a bad one, and sometimes the best Indian restaurants can be tricky to find. Which is why Bristol Foodie have put together a selection what we rate as the Best Indian Restaurants and Curry Houses in Bristol.

Krishna’s Inn,
4 Byron’s Place, Clifton Triangle, BS8
0117 927 68 64

For foodies looking for a taste of the real India, Krishna’s Inn is definitely the place to go. Serving genuine Keralan cuisine Krishna’s is refreshingly different with vibrant flavours and extremely reasonable prices. Krishna’s Inn specialises in vegetable and fish curry so is great for veggie curry lovers however is not exclusively vegetarian. If you enjoy Indian food and are keen to try something a little bit different I can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed.

Cassia
79 Gloucester Road, Patchway, BS34
0117 969 0907

Blink as you drive by and you’d miss it, Cassia is out of town on the north side of Gloucester Road (past Filton College and Rolls Royce, just a couple of doors down from Flingers the party shop). Do not be deceived by its takeaway shop façade however as inside Cassia is warm and welcoming with great service and even better food to match. The food is everything you would expect from a Balti House and more, rich, full of flavour and well priced. Without a doubt one of my all time favourite Curry Houses in Bristol, quality like that of Cassia is hard to find, whether it be for a warming meal out or just for a takeaway Cassia is definitely worth a visit.

Lal Jomi
2 Harcourt Rd, Bristol, BS6 7RG
tel: 0117 942 1640 / 0117 924 4648

Definitely worth the drive, Lal Jomi is just off Coldharbour Rd, but is one of the BEST Indian restaurants in Bristol by far. Greeted by a man who can only be compared to the Genie from Aladin, you are welcomed and taken into the caves of Lal Jomi. Cosy booths and fabric draped from the ceiling give Lal Jomi the edge over the often ominous decor of some Indian restaurants. And the food is special – no nuclear red looking curries here, just beautifully flavoured, natural curries, with good quality meat that does not taste like it has been pumped full of water. Highly commended – I have yet to find a better curry house in Bristol.

Brunel Raj
6 and 7 Waterloo Street(off Princess Victoria Street), Clifton Village, Bristol, BS8 4BT, 0117 973 2641

Out for drinks in Clifton? Then the Brunel Raj should definitely be on your list of places to go after the pub. Although it is no Lal Jomi (see above), the Brunel Raj does a good curry, and is probably the best Indian restaurant in Clifton village (apart from the Thali Cafe – but that doesn’t really count!). Good food, good atmosphere and 20% discount on take aways!

Rajmoni
88a Queens Road, Clifton, Bristol (next to Victoria Rooms), Tel: 0117 9741700

If you like the idea of going for a curry in a random green hut in Clifton, then Rajmoni could be for you! Situated just off Queens Rd, climb a few steps and enter the hut that is Rajmoni – it feels a bit like you are on a long boat, but the curry is good, the service is friendly and they give 20% off on takeaways! What more could you want from an Indian restaurant? Especially after a few beers on a Friday night!

Tamarind
5 Badminton Road, Downend, Tel: 0117 957 3030


Not central but it comes highly recomended and is busy most nights of the week. The Tamarind in Downend is great for a takeaway but also has a large a spacious restaurant making it a cosy and welcoming environment for a meal out as well. Service is quick and high quality and the food is extremely good. Definitely one worth going to for those who live North or East Bristol.

Sitara Tandoori
3a Regent Street, Clifton Village, BS8 4HW
t: 0117 973 9937
w: www.sitaratandoori.co.uk

A top notch menu full of flavour and original, inspiring Tandoori and Curry dishes. Sitara Tandoori is one of the few Hala Indian restaurants in Bristol. As well as restaurant service, Sitara offers a takeaway service with Free Delivery and 20% discount. One of my favourite Curry Houses and one that I return to time and time again.

Our Readers Favourites
Some of the recomendations we have been given by you, our readers

  • Kohi Noor, Whiteladies Road
  • Raj Mahal City, Clarence Road
  • Rupali Tandori, Kingswood



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