Rasa Food Culture

Rasa Food Culture

Food is profoundly linked to everything important in life; our health, our sense of wellbeing, to those we love and the very world around us. Surrounded by fast food, junk food and supermarket,

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 AA Guide Rosette Award, Best Indian Restaurant, time out

Awards

The firstborn of the Rasa babies, Rasa N16 remains an old favourite for many and has a huge percentage of repeat customers. Small and cosy, it is one of the best known vegetarian restaurants in London and specialises in South Indian food,

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Das Sreedharan

Evening with Das

Das Sreedharan grew up in a small village near Cochin, Kerala, on the lush, spice-rich south west tip of India. As a boy, he spent much of his free time helping his mother,

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About Rasa

Welcome to Rasa, an award-winning chain of restaurants bringing the taste of authentic, home-cooked southern Indian food to the UK

The Name: Rasa is a Sanskrit word that has a wonderful wealth of meaning. It represents taste, flavour,affection, pleasure, delight, happiness, charm, sentiment, pathos, beauty and essence. At Rasa, you will find all this and more

The Experience: At Rasa, our food is inspired by the authentic home cooking of beautiful, spice-rich Kerala, where all our chefs are trained. Food is our passion, prepared for you always with devotion, love, and the finest ingredients

Kerala
"Once there was a time when the whole world was enamored of the fragrance of Kerala."
The south west state of Kerala lies on the Malabar Coast of India, a beautiful tropical region made up almost entirely of inland waterways, coconut groves and spice plantations. Click Here

About Das

Das Sreedharan grew up in a small village near Cochin, Kerala, on the lush, spice-rich south west tip of India. As a boy, he spent much of his free time helping his mother in their vegetable garden and then in the kitchen, turning the plants they'd grown into sumptuous meals and enjoying the ultimate secure and happy, busy childhood.
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The Reviews

  1. "I'll tell you how much I love Rasa: I'm going to go there at least once a week…
    the food is nothing short of celestial." India Knight, Sunday Times Style Magazine
  2. "I'll tell you how much I love Rasa: I'm going to go there at least once a week…
    the food is nothing short of celestial."
    India Knight, Sunday Times Style Magazine