Rajah Indian Restaurant (Inverness) Reviews
Newest Review: ... my elderly people who have walking difficulties however, and they have managed it ok. However, it is definately not wheelchair accessible. Once in the restaurant you can take a seat in their lounge waiting area whilst enjoying a drink from the bar. You'll definately see a few others here waiting to pick up their takeaways! The decor of the restaurant is that of a typical Indian restaurant - slightly tacky and over the top, but that's generally what is to be expected. The Food After taking your seat, the waiters will offer you popadoms and a pickle tray - something I have to have at the start of an Indian meal. Their mint yoghurt dip is ... more
Customer Rajah Indian Restaurant (Inverness) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/03/09 (Very useful, 131 readings)
These days Inverness seems to be turning into a little off branch of India with Indian restaurants on every street - not that I'm complaining I would quite happily eat Indian cuisine every day if it wasn't quite so calorie laden. The Rajah is the oldest Indian restuarant in the Highlands having opened in 1982 and has fought off stiff competition to remain one of the top Indian's in Inverness. Location If you didn't know where the restuarant was you would most likely never find it. Tucked away in a little lane behind the post office on Academy Street - it certainly isn't the easiest to spot. Especially when you pass 3 other Indian ... Read the complete review
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