Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount.
Indian food lovers know that when the curry craving strikes, nothing else will do. Thankfully, families will find a relaxing place to dine out in London with the whole clan at Tandoori Raj. The friendly independent eatery is family-run, meaning that diners are free to kick back, tuck in and unwind without any of the fuss. Best of all, their hearty portions provide excellent value for money.
After exploring the Charles Dickens Museum or the Hunterian Museum, visitors to the bustling city can take the guesswork out of searching for places to eat out in London. The restaurant can be found on Red Lion Street, just a stone’s throw from the historic Red Lion Square, which was the former home of acclaimed artist, William Morris. Locals will also find Tandoori Raj an easy five-minute walk away from Holborn tube station.
The restaurant certainly may not be one of the larger restaurants in London, but their accommodating staff will do their utmost to make up for it with their warm hospitality. The charming dining room features traditional furniture and large booths that offer room for larger family groups or dinner parties. Large windows also let plenty of light in, making the space feel bright and airy.
Fans of the classics are in good hands at Tandoori Raj. Like many Indian restaurants, their extensive menu has a wide selection of curry house favourites such as butter chicken, sweet korma and rich rogan josh, all of which are served with a contemporary twist. Diners looking to try something new can indulge in regional dishes like their chicken shatkora, featuring Bangladeshi citrus fruit or the Goan fish curry.
Diners looking for classic curries and signature twists will certainly go home happy after a trip to Tandoori Raj. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members, who can enjoy exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to treat themselves to another round of drinks, pilau rice or extra starters to share.