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The Raj in Camps Bay is the latest Raj branch to open and the first in Cape Town. The restaurant situated on Victoria Street in Camps Bay and offers the best in North Indian and Tandoori Cuisine with stunning ocean views. It is the perfect setting to enjoy wonderful cocktails including the signature Raj Rose Petal - vodka shaken with rose syrup, fresh lime and cranberry juice. Also worth a try is the Spicy Mango Mojitio - Cuban light rum muddled with fresh lime quarters, torn mint leaves, chilli and mango extracts with soda over crushed ice.

 

The food is spicy, delicious and very traditional with the menu offering a large variety of authentic Indian cuisine including such dishes as Tikka Masala, Vindaloo, Khorma and Bhoona. All curries are available from mild to hot and each curry includes a selection of meats to choose from. A comprehensive vegetarian menu is available and a selection of briyanis and  breads are also recommended which are cooked in the traditional ‘Tandoori’ clay oven.

 

The Raj in Camps Bay offers unique seafood specialities with an Indian touch! The Chefs Seafood special is a combination of shelled crab, kingklip fillets, fresh mussels and prawns in a spicy tomato madras coconut gravy!  Another speciality is the Prawn Sizzler - prawns marinated with a melange of aromatic Indian spices and served on a hot sizzler!

 


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Situated in Victoria Road, the scenic drive that runs from Bantry Bay through to Llandudno, this restaurant can be reached from both Cape Town and Hout Bay, simply by following the Main Road. We are situated on the left (from Sea Point) or the right (from Hout Bay) at The Promenade, Shop no. 4.

Latitude

-33.9535593482001
-33° 57' 12.81''

Longitude

18.3770906925201
18° 22' 37.53''
Address
Shop 4, The Promenade
Victoria Road
Camps Bay

 

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Food Served
IndianSeafoodVegetarian
Average Price$$
Payment accepted
Trading Hours
Monday - Sunday: 11:00 - 23:00
Facilities
Take Out
Secure Parking
Outside Seating
Functions
Outside Catering
Load Shedding
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