Raj of India, Indian takeaway.
The best takeaway in town. Free delivery for orders over £10
Open:Sun-Thurs 5.00pm to midnight,
Fri and Sat 5.00pm-1.00am
Favorite Dish: Chicken Tikka Biryani (£6.75) and Peas Pilau (£1.95).
REGAL CINEMA (currently closed due to council rules).
A beautiful 1930's art deco style cinema desperately in need of refurbishment. It is a building full of character but suffers from a lack of customers due to the fact that it has only one screen, so can only show one film a week when there are several multi-screen cinemas within sixteen miles.On the plus side it was only £3.50 to get in.
The Regal has been sold and apparantly the ground floor will be turned into a bowling alley and the first floor into a two screen cinema, with a restaurant on the top floor.
Dress Code: Anything you want.
Although Bengeworth is a relatively small area it has a wide variety of shops which sell various items such as: second hand books, picture frames, meat, bread, second hand goods, chocolates, newspapers and much more. There is also a wide variety of services available such as, tanning, two Tattoo shops, funeral directors, data storage, hairdressing, bookmakers, and child minding.
Shock, horror, an "Adult Shop" has now opened in Port Street, that will get people talking and moaning.
The shop is quite small and has only just been converted into a smaller unit, in fact you could probably touch all four walls while standing in the middle of it.
What to buy: Things of an ADULT nature can be bought here which I am sure will cause a bit of controversey when certain Councill members hear about it.
What to pay: I'll let you know once I've been there ;)