Indian and South Asian

0.5 miles
3 Quaker Lane, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 2AD
Having garnered itself quite the reputation for great service and even greater food, Mumtaz is known as one of Bristol's best Indian restaurants. The restaurant has been part of the market town of Thornbury for over 25 years, yet the newer Westbury on Trym restaurant has an equally stellar reputation.

We began with poppadoms, accompanied by a medley of spicy pickles, sweet chutneys and raita. Happily nibbling, we perused the detailed menu. I eventually settled on the kasturi chicken - a creamy chicken dish, with an incredibly tasty nutty kick, with a peshwari naan which was recommended by the waiter, and well received. My companion opted for a lamb tikka massala; a dish comprising fresh spices, creamy sauce and tender meat. This she paired with plain rice and a garlic naan, and demolished it in record time. Although pretty full, we still succumbed to the offer of a dessert menu and decided to treat ourselves. I chose the pistachio kulfi - a sweet, nutty Indian ice cream, and my friend selected a lemon sorbet, which was impressively served inside a frozen lemon. Both were delicious, and a wonderful finale to our fabulous meal.

When you consider the extensive wine list and the extensive menu comprising mouth-watering dishes all made from scratch, it's easy to see why Mumtaz has such a dedicated clientele at both sites
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