Gentlemen I'm a first time poster and thought I'd share with you my experiences with Raja tailors after reading quite a lot about them on here. I have had two suits made by them but both times have had problems - not dealbreakers, but enough to make me wary about ordering again. 1. I found their customer service pretty poor. Now maybe it's a culture or language thing, but the Indian men who have attended to me on both occasions have been very brusque and surly and obviously interested only in getting as much money in as short a time as possible. I am familar with the sales method of 'add ons', but I don't expect this to include things like a full jacket lining. 2. The first suit I bought was advertised in the London Evening Standard as a Â£169 summer suit in linen or lightweight wool. When I asked for this I got shown a book of samples that felt more like blends with very low linen content. My request for three buttons rather than two was met by a sneer and a sigh. The measurements were rushed through very quickly. When the suit arrived, the fit was a bit tight around the shoulders and an inch too long in the inside leg. Not major problems however and the suit is pretty much ok although the cloth has a definite 'manmade' feel leading me to wonder if it is the same cloth I was shown in the swatch book. 3. The second time I ordered, I got the same brusque treatment. However I asked twice for them to make sure the suit was a little looser around the shoulders and shorter in the inside leg. The salesman just nodded in a distracted way but made no notes regarding this. I was charged Â£275 for a 2sb medium weight wool. I am pretty sure I ordered navy blue with white pinstripe - but when the suit arrived it was dark grey with a crimson stripe. Now as it turned out, I quite liked this - but I am pretty sure this is not what I ordered. And although the shoulders fitted ok this time, the inside leg was still too long. I also received a 'free' shirt which is ok but the collar is too large. The moral of all this is I would be VERY careful about dealing with Raja in the future. Be clear on what you want, and get as much in writing as possible - take a reference number of the fabric you order and get this put in the order book. If you are careful and willing to compromise a bit, the service is quite good, and a reasonable midway between off the rack and bespoke. But if you can afford it, I would spend a little bit more and go to a small off-Savile Row tailor such as George of Cleveland Street, London W1.