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The Raj Cape Town

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The Raj presents to you the legacy of India's most ancient culinary heritage and takes you on a journey with a fusion of skillfully spiced dishes, mesmerising flavours, textures and rich colours, creating an unforgettable experience. The Raj Indian restaurants offer all the splendour of traditional ... More

Shop 4, The Promenade, Victoria Street
Camps Bay
+27 21 438 4555
The Raj Cape Town

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  • Camps Bay

    Camps Bay


Recent Reviews
There are so many other restaurants, don't fall for the closeness to the board walk. The food was blend and the staff did not spice it up either.More
During our few hours in Camps Bay, we fancied some spicy type food and called into this restaurant for lunch. It wasn’t that busy and whilst we weren’t into having a heavy lunch, we decided to go with an assortment of starters and side dishes which turned out to be perfect for that time of day. Gentleman with a pony tail spent some time talking with us and even suggested a couple of other restaurants in the area we were staying in Bantry Bay, a couple of miles away. ( Thanks for your advice ) if and when we are in Camps Bay we will definitely call in this time for dinner. Large dining area with open views of the beach area and great for ‘people watching ‘.More
We ordered palak paneer, butter chicken, plain and butter naan. The naan was very good. The mains tasted good but the quality of paneer was poor. the texture was elastic. One can find better quality of paneer in cape town and for an indian restaurant, the quality is unacceptable. Prices are compatible with other restaurants in camps bay but the portions are good. Our waitron seemed disinterested at the beginning of the evening and did not bother to bring the papad. We had to ask for it at the end. Supposedly it was a busy night. The drinks menu is below average for the strip. Have drinks elsewhere and just go for dinner.More
The restaurant is separated from the magnificent white sand beach of Camps Bay, by the busy main road. This creates a vibey atmosphere. The restaurant front is completely open with a patio under umbrellas to beat off the sun. We made a reservation for dinner, which was not necessary during the week as they were near empty. The service was not of a high quality and requires improvement. Our waiter, we could only see dead expressions on the waiters’ face, boarding on rude. Just before the meal is brought to the table, the waiter brings hot plates and a frame holder for the dishes with a tea light candle to keep warm. Sadly, to time lapse between receiving the hot plate and food arriving was long enough for the plates to cool completely. When the food arrived, the waiter ‘dumped’ the food into the frame for the dish, tipping the dish to dangerously spilling onto the table. The quality of food is fair and tasty, with a hefty price tag. The staff were preparing for a large group reservation. Unfortunately, the dragging of 12 tables and dragging of 25 chairs across the tiles, made the experience unpleasant. The high pitch grating sound of the furniture dragging across the tiles for 30 minutes was hard to enjoy of dinner.More
After a week in the winelands we were in need of a hearty curry. Food was of a really acceptable standard and the front seats are perfect for people watching as they wander up and down the strip. More