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Kashmir Restaurant - Bristol, Bristol


An Authentic Indian cuisine restaurant set in the heart of multi-cultural Bristol. The latest addition to the myriad of quaint neighbourhood eateries in Easton.

The bright and welcoming exterior leads into a modern warm and comfortable restaurant with terracotta walls, glass-top tables and even Indian music videos playing on the big screen.

Chef owner Abdul Shakoor regularly takes a break from his busy kitchen to personally welcome the diners.

This cuisine originates from the foothills of the Himalayas with dishes like Ayer Fish Steaks, Chicken Pakora, Chicken Kara Masalla, or King Prawn Saag.

Style of food on offer: Indian / Pakistani
Price Guide: £5.01 - £15.00
Accessibility for disabled: completely accessible
Parking: Street Parking, Public Transport Accessible
Bar Facilities: No alcohol served
Smoking policy: Smoking section

Review Summary

Kashmir Restaurant has received 2 reviews, giving the following average ratings (out of 10 - higher is better):


The reviews can be seen in full below these details.

Recommended dishes: Samosa Hara Chicken - go back fot it every time. Good Biryani too. Also the dansaks.

Address and Contact Details

15 High Street

Telephone: 0117 952 0004
Website: Click here
Delivery Web page: Click here
Menu page: Click here
Opening Hours: 5:30 - 12:00 7 Days a week

Other Information

Accepted payment methods:
  Bank Debit Cards
  Gift Certificates

Seating capacity: 50
Dress code: Dressy casual

Hoseasons Country Cottages

Customer Reviews for Kashmir Restaurant - Bristol

Kashmir - review added on Tue 11th Jul 2006

The resturnat is good and set in a good place where people who don't want to travel to town can go there instead. It is ok food done just to your liking and the owner Abdul is very friendly.
Overall: 6
Food: 8
Service: 6
Ambiance: 6

Recommended Dishes: samosa
One of the best Indian restaurants - review added on Sun 2nd Dec 2007

This is one of the best Indian restaurants I have ever eaten in. Each item on the menu is prepared fresh and each dish is different - no evidence of any dubious jars of bright pink sauce. Bewar though - when it says hot, it means hot! The prices are very reasonable, I ate there with my husband and mum and dad recently and the whole bill was £36 which is awesome considering the amount of food we ate.
Overall: 10
Food: 10
Service: 8
Ambiance: 8

Recommended Dishes: Hara Chicken - go back fot it every time. Good Biryani too. Also the dansaks.

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