Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Indian food for a table of two
- $25 for $50 worth of Indian food for a table of four or more
All dishes at the award-winning restaurant are made with fresh ingredients, herbs, and spices. Depending on the dish, you may distinctly taste coconut, lemon, mango, cumin, fennel, tamarind, mustard, fenugreek, peppers, tomatoes, onions, and more. Or, you may not taste anything if you order it extra hot.
Signature dishes include chicken pasanda ($15), punjabi saag ($14), crab masala ($17), and lamb rangeela ($16). Other dishes include butter chicken ($15), chana masala ($11), vegetable biryani ($12), shrimp tikka masala ($17), tandoori mixed grill ($18), and masala dosa ($9). See the menu here.
India K' Raja
Henrico County's first Indian restaurant, India K' Raja, has been locally owned and operated by the Sappal family since 1995. Since then, they have been voted one of Richmond's best restaurants several times in publications such as Richmond Magazine, Style Weekly, Richmond Times Dispatch, and Richmond.com. in no small part due to their unpretentious dining experience with classic Indian cuisine. The menu features an array of unique selections hard to find anywhere else. Chef and owner Tony Sappal gladly takes for your personal favorites, even if they are not offered on the menu.
What some people are buzzing about:
Their garlic naans are excellent!K. K., Yelp!, 3/23/13
I was pleasantly surprised how good the Chicken Saag was at India K Raja. Spicy and delicious.skordane, TripAdvisor, 9/2/12
“Great place to eat and many good selections.”
“Good food, good service.”
“It was good experience, but would have been better if it allowed buffet dinner as the menu for buffet was much better.”
9051 W Broad St.
RIchmond, Virginia 23294