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Chutney Raj

About Chutney Raj

Chutney Raj restaurant in London is the only Central London restaurant specializing in Bengali/Bangladeshi fish dishes. With roopchanda, bowal, ayre and bas flown in fresh from the East, the chefs create the sort of authentic dishes that bring tears to the eyes of émigrés. It's a small eaterie that seems unassuming in its bright décor and friendly, casual ambience. But high-fliers from the inns of court and ITN across the street fill the place, as does Archbishop Desmond Tutu whenever he's in town. Great lunch specials, as well as an extensive menu of old and new favourites.



Sample a la carte

Starter

- Mulligatawny soup £2.25
- Tandoori chicken (quarter) £3.00
- Aloo chat £2.75
- Prawn moni puree £3.25

Other starters are available.

Main Course

- Chicken or lamb ceylon £5.95
- Chicken or lamb phall £5.95
- Chicken Bombay £6.96
- Fish tikka masala £5.95
- King prawn vindaloo £8.95
- Lamb jhalfrezze £5.95

Other mains and sides are available.

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

137 Grays Inn Road, WC1X 8TU

Nearest tube:

Russell Square

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Sun 12pm - 2:30pm & 5:30pm - 11:30pm

Dress Code:

Casual



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