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Rajpoot still makes the grade


Frequenters of Rajpoot include a number of prominent public figures and celebrities as well as curry lovers locally and nationally. The establish- ment has thus become a part of the rich culture and vibrancy of the his- toric Roman city in its own right.


Proprietor Ahmed Chowdhury said of the recent success in winning a British Curry Award, “This is the top award for us in curry and the dedica- tion of the staff has shown in us win- ning for a fourth consecutive year. I am really delighted, the curry award is hugely respected in all quarters and is undoubtedly the curry event of the year.”


Named Best in South West, Rajpoot of Bath is an illustrious Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant that has con- tinued to provide high class food and service for over thirty years. The estab- lishment boasts a wealth of accolades earned through its distinctive deli- cately blended curries, conscientious service, and elegant décor.


The name Rajpoot is derived from the legendary warriors of Mughal who


Bombay Brasserie keeps capital position


The Bombay Brasserie in London’s Gloucester Road area received the British Curry Award for Best in London and City for the second year running, and the third time in five years.


Arun Harnal, director, operations,said, It is indeed an honour to receive this accolade again from such a presti- gious organisation as the British Curry Awards, which is judged by various illustrious independent individuals. The award is down to the extreme hard work that has been put in by the entire Bombay Brasserie team on a daily basis.”


Bombay Brasserie has been setting high standards since it opened in 1982. Arun adds, “There is always pressure


on us as the pioneers of quality regional foods. What we have showcased for almost thirty years we continue today, serving authentic Indian food in a contem- porary way.”


Bombay Brasserie, Courtfield Rd, London. SW7 4QH T: 02073 704 040 W: www.bombaybrasserielondon.com


once governed India and the restau- rant’s theme takes inspiration from this whilst adding touches of contem- porary India and aristocratic Bengal to a striking grade-listed Georgian cellar. With nine different individually thought- out rooms, each with their own distinct characters and features, and a capac- ity of around170 the restaurant offers a variety of dining experiences.


Rajpoot 4 Argyle Street, Bath. BA2 4BA T: 01225 444 527 W: www.rajpoot.com


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