The Original Dil Raj
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As one of Barnsley’s finest indian restaurants, we have a long reputation for the very best in hospitality and authentic indian cuisine.
Whether you are after an intimate meal for two, a group booking for a party, or even a full-blown wedding reception, our fully air-conditioned restaurant can accomodate all, with its spacious floor-plan and many cosy alcoves. Dil Raj offers a unique dining experience for locals and visitors alike. Situated in the heart of Dodworth in Barnsley with its own car park. We are fully licensed with a wide range of authentic indian dishes including duck dishes.
Dil Raj had assembled a menu that is far beyond what may be considered traditional indian cuisine. With attention to health and diet our dishes don’t use heavy oils, creams or spices, but instead rely on the authentic flavours of the dish. We welcome your visit and hope to see you soon. Please feel free to make a reservation.
“I don’t normally leave a review when I’ve eaten out, but i went here last night and from stepping into the restaurant we was looked after. There service was excellent. Our food arrived and it look fantastic, and tasted better!! ENJOYED, every minute of my time here . I will def be returning!” (Mr Lockwood)
Whenever we eat at another Indian Restaurant in the area we always say, “wish we had gone to the Dilraj”. We’ve been coming here since the place opened and it has been consistently top notch. Friendly, comfortable and great food. - Trip Advisor
At the award winning Dil Raj Rrestaurant a very warm welcome and spacious comfortable surroundings are just a small part of the experience. The restaurants interior is sleek with stylish modern furniture and clever soft lighting to complement some of the amazing art adorning the interior walls. - Barnsley Eye
What do Darren Gough, Arthur Scargill, Mick McCarthy and Sir Harold Bird have in common? Apart from being Yorkshire born and bred, they’re all partial to a spot of Indian food at Dil Raj. - Sheffield Telegraph