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One of the countries leading Indian establishments, the Rajpoot of Bath was established in 1980 to great fanfare. The business prides itself on providing innovative top class Indian cuisine in an elegant and intimate setting.

Rajpoot consistently demonstrates top quality service and first class food and has a reputation for providing visitors with a powerful experience of Indian Sub Continental cooking. With glowing reviews from celebrities and world renowned critics alike.

The pinnacle of cooking excellence, Rajpoot is situated on luxurious Argyle Street, just off the historic Pultney Bridge, the opulent and beautifully appointed restaurant is a must for tourists and locals alike to experience true Indian cuisine.

Its internationally acclaimed fare is fashioned through gentle layers of spicing, use of the best ingredients, and delicate but fastidious preparation. The establishment has an array of celebrity frequenters and has an equally impressive list of awards which is a testament to the quality it has maintained over its three decades of service.

Alongside great food and drink is a wonderfully exotic atmosphere, with the décor at the flagship restaurant bringing the sub continent to life for its visitors. Art from Bangladesh and India is dotted throughout the multiple dining sections, adding drops of gold and marble to the palette. Dressed in stunning greens, lilac and orange, the vibrant restaurant beneath the streets of Bath transports diners to the India of the mind, a romantic place of heat, fabulous beauty and endless possibility.

The restaurant’s team of long serving chefs, alongside owner Ahmed Chowdhury, persistently look to improve and build on their impressive reputation continuing their dedication to the art of fine Indian dining each Lunch and Evening.

Restaurant of the Year (Les-Routiers), Best in the South West – and one of the top ten UK restaurants by British Curry Awards, Asian Curry Awards, Tiffin Cup Awards, and the Good Food Awards to name a few.

Indian cooking is an art

Indian cooking is an art derived over the centuries from a diversity of sources and developments. Factors such as Religion, health, customs and even climatic conditions have played their part. Meal-times in an Indian household are like ceremonial occasions; the food is a gift from Deities and should be prepared with due respect.

In this restaurant we present Tandoori, Mughal and Bengali dishes as a sample of the variety of classic South Asian food found across the Indian Sub-continent. We augment this with a series of specially perfected dishes created by our team of long serving chefs who demand only the best.
Our food is what has won so much acclaim and we continue our dedication to this art each and every day. Our efforts have been rewarded with numerous awards over the years and we hope to continue to excite diners in the future.

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