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“One of the best indian restaurants in central Bristol”

“A touch of class.”

“Extraordinary building, great food”

English curry awards winner

With Many Food awards amongst its accolades, Housed in the Magnificent former Bristol Stock Exchange , with high ceiling and mahogany panelling sets the scene for a memorable dining experience. At the Old India you will be offered the real cuisine of the mogul kings and princes with contemporary style. The restaurant has Established itself as one of the favorite Indian restaurants in Bristol and in the words of many regulars and new visitors "maybe the best Indian restaurant in Bristol". Book your table today online.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!

If you visit the Great Cities of Old India, there are fantastic examples of work carried out by various Victorian and Edwardian Architects reaching a climax with "Lutyens" design for the Government and civic buildings for New Delhi. These Architects were able to create a successful fusion of details from the Classical World and elements from Indian architecture. This has been the inspiration behind the conversion of this Magnificent Mahogany panelled Grade II Listed building into an Indian Restaurant, creating a Colonial Club Atmosphere that would be both recognisable to British Residents and Indian Princes alike.

WELCOME TO OLD INDIA

With Many Food awards amongst its accolades, Housed in the Magnificent former Bristol Stock Exchange , with high ceiling and mahogany panelling sets the scene for a memorable dining experience. At the Old India you will be offered the real cuisine of the mogul kings and princes with contemporary style. The restaurant has Established itself as one of the favorite Indian restaurants in Bristol and in the words of many regulars and new visitors "maybe the best Indian restaurant in Bristol". Book your table today online.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!

THE BUILDING

If you visit the Great Cities of Old India, there are fantastic examples of work carried out by various Victorian and Edwardian Architects reaching a climax with "Lutyens" design for the Government and civic buildings for New Delhi. These Architects were able to create a successful fusion of details from the Classical World and elements from Indian architecture. This has been the inspiration behind the conversion of this Magnificent Mahogany panelled Grade II Listed building into an Indian Restaurant, creating a Colonial Club Atmosphere that would be both recognisable to British Residents and Indian Princes alike.
If you have a question please contact us. The Restaurant telephone number is: +441179221136

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“One of the best indian restaurants in central Bristol”

“A touch of class.”

“Extraordinary building, great food”

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