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B Raj Tandoori Fraserburgh Take Away And Restauran
B Raj Tandoori Fraserburgh Take Away And Restaurant
- Guide To The Restaurant, Buffet Nights, Business Lunch And Main Menu.
Located in the main shopping area of Fraserburgh, the B. Raj Tandoori is one of the finest restaurants in the area.
From the moment you step into the B. Raj there is an air of attentiveness - from the service of the waiters, to the detail in the decor. The tables are well spaced out, giving you plenty of leg room and privacy between tables. The chairs are lovely and comfortable. The restaurant and take away is all at ground level and the doors are wide enough to allow disabled and push chair access.
The owners have given thought to the placing of indoor plants and the authentic pictures on the walls are tasteful and pleasant to admire. The soothing and charming Indian music plays discretely in the background.
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Though the service is attentive, the waiters allow you plenty of privacy, making this an ideal restaurant for a romantic meal or a business meeting.
Menu B Raj Tandoori
The lunch menu through the week has a business lunch supplement which gives you a choice of 6 starters, 6 main courses and ice cream or coffee for under £7. The coffee is freshly filtered. Starters on the business lunch menu include soup, onion onion bahjee and mushroom pakora with main courses including chicken or lamb bhuna, korma and rogan. The main course is accompanied by nan bread or pilau rice. As with the dinner menu, the lunch menu and business lunch menu includes many dishes suitable for vegetarians such as vegetable samosa, chana puree, alloo gobi masala and sabzi dahl.
The chefs of the B.Raj Tandoori excel in authentic Indian cuisine and choose their herbs and spices and fresh ingredients well. All dishes are freshly prepared and never overdone on the spices - the full flavour comes through without over bearing the palate. Each mouthful is pure delight, whether you choose traditional Indian meals or the speciality cuisine.
Tempting side dishes include aloo gobi, bombay aloo, saag paneer and tarka dall. There is a full range of rice such as lemon rice, mushroom fried rice and keema fried rice. Breads include parathas, nans and some speciality ones such as peshwari nan and paneer nan.
European dishes include fried scampi, chicken maryland and a range of omelettes.
Buffet Nights At B Raj Tandoori
Each Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday night there is a buffet night where you can eat as much as you like for a set price. Dishes for these change from night to night - a great excuse to go often!
Party bookings are made welcome.
There is easy parking just outside the restaurant and a public car park is just a short walk away. The picturesque Fraserburgh harbour is a short stroll behind the restaurant.
The B. Raj have a full take away menu and a home delivery service is available.
Opening Times of the B Raj Tandoori in Fraserburgh
The restaurant and take away is open 7 days a week:
Monday - Saturday
1145 - 1400
1700 - 2330
1700 - 2330
Contact Address and Telephone Number of the B Raj Tandoori in Fraserburgh
B. Raj Tandoori
69 Broad Street
Tel: (01346) 512220
The owners of B Raj Tandoori in Fraserburgh are Mr Balder Raf Soni and Mrs Gopa Soni.
Awards Of The B Raj Tandoori in Fraserburgh
In 2006 the B Raj were nominated and made it through to the Best South Asian restaurant competitions in the UK. They were nominated by local MP for Banff and Buchan, SNP leader Alex Salmond because of their support of the local fishing industry. The B Raj Tandoori developed a new menu of fish haute cuisine dishes.
The winner of the Best South Asian restaurant competition will win the much coveted Tiffin Cup from the Tiffin Club competition. The judges at the Tiffin Cup 2006 included celebrity chefs Ainsley Harriott and Lloyd Grossman.
Out of 14 finalists B Raj Tandoori, Fraserburgh came third during the final which was held at the House of Commons in London. The owner, Balder Raj Soni went to London with his wife, Gopa, and their chef Homayun Rashid. They cooked a meal based on locally caught monkfish.
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