Owner Nisheeth Tak and head chef Dayal Negi create magic – delicious magic – in Rasam, one of the best loved restaurants in Dublin.
Rasam was ahead of the pack when it opened in 2003, and first offered Dubliners the true tastes, flavours and spices of the Indian sub-Continent. Whilst Rasam was an eye-opening experience then, its great strength has been to maintain that level of enchantment for the customers who eat here, many of whom are regulars dating back to the early days. Mr Tak and Mr Negi take nothing for granted, and so Rasam dazzles us not just because the cooking is so special, but also because the service, the wines, the ambience, the comfort, the style, the solicitousness, are all so special. Rasam manages to make every customer feel that a meal here is always a special event, even if it’s a quiet Tuesday evening in January. They are wizards of the arts of cooking and hospitality and, for very many food lovers, Rasam is the first choice when you want a truly memorable experience ofo authentic cooking.
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