Rasam was revolutionary when it opened in 2003. Fifteen years later, it is still revolutionary.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Rasam changed the rules of the game when this stylish room first opened to customers, back in 2003. Instead of the bare-bones-Balti style of Indian cooking that Irish people had been used to, we were suddenly introduced to Indian cooking in all its tumultuous, colourful, charismatic beauty. The sheer scope of the dishes Rasam offered were a revelation, and their multifarious differences, and their delectability, delighted everyone, so much so that for many Irish people, Rasam is their favourite restaurant. Maintaining that initial level of enthusiasm, dynamism and creativity has been the defining hallmark of Rasam for the last fifteen years, and it is a restaurant where every element is as good as it can possibly be.
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