Rajpoot – Bath
Set in the heart of StagWeb HQ’s hometown of Bath, Rajpoot are cool, different and one of the city’s best Indian restaurants by a (curry) mile. Best of all you’ll have to head underground to experience it, in a grand grade listed Georgian cellar where you can almost forget where you are with all the Mughal style mosaics and murals.
Prithvi – Cheltenham
Sophisticated, slick, stylish. Prithvi isn’t strictly a curry house, but rather Cheltenham’s premier Indian restaurant with a select but incredible a la carte menu with your choice of beef, chicken, duck, lamb or halibut dishes. Or you can take the “Tour of Prithvi” and have the lot!
Myristica – Bristol
Bristol’s Myristica prides itself on taking you far beyond what you’d see on the menu of an ordinary curry house, taking you instead on an “Indian food odyssey” with authentic ingredients and sauces. Try the house speciality of pista murgh (chicken, cream sauce & ground pistachios) or take on the Goa vindaloo for a real kick.
The Mint Room – Bath
Bath’s Mint Room is Indian dining with serious style. You can expect modern surrounds, a fresh atmosphere and some of the city’s tastiest classic curries with everything from dhansak to madras as well as unique Asian inspired dishes using local produce including smoked tawa duck and masala lamb shank. Now that’s “mint”.
The Thali Cafe – Bristol
When in Bristol you’re never too far from a Thali Cafe! These alternative, independent Indian cafes really do rock and whether you’re in search of a snack for lunch (try the ultimate poppadum) or a full-on feast after a day on the town there’s something to satisfy your craving for flavour.