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Your booking is successfully booked <br> One of our member will contact you within 24 hours of the confirmation.<br> Terms and conditions for larger groups during November and December may differ.<br> At busy times tables will be held for 15 minutes and then released.<br> We make every attempt to handle specific tables or requests.<br> Please Note: A contact telephone number is mandatory for reservations and we cannot confirm the reservation unless this has been supplied.<br> Please call Rasa <strong> 020 7249 0344. </strong>
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Rasa N16

Monday to Thursday 6:00pm to 10:45pm
Friday 6:00pm to 11:30pm
Saturday Lunch 12:00pm to 3:00pm Dinner 6:00pm to 11:30pm
Sunday Lunch 12:00pm to 2:45pm Dinner 6:00pm to 10:45pm

Location
55 Stoke Newington Church Street
London N16 OAR
Tel: 0207 249 0344

Rasa W1

Monday to Saturday Lunch: 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Monday to Saturday : Dinner: 6:00pm to 11:00pm
Sunday : 1 pm to 3 pm, Dinner 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Location
6 Dering Street
London W1S 1AD
Tel: 020 7629 1346

Kerala Restaurant

“London

Rasa Restaurants

Keeping the magic and tradition of cooking alive…

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 and junk food and supermarkets, it’s easy to lose the significance of food. It’s just there, available, sometimes nicer than others, easily thrown away if we don’t like it.

But food not only replenishes us, it interprets our world for us. When we feel healthy, nourished and cared for, when what we eat excites us, life is better. We’re actually happier. Instead of stressing about what’s ahead or behind us, we stop to enjoy what’s happening now. Food brings life to us, teaches us to enjoy life.

Food has great power, too. Through food, we can reach out to people and demonstrate their importance in our life. When we make food beautiful, when we give a person something that is a true pleasure to eat, we perform an act of love.

Rasa was born out of the childhood memories of its founder, Das Sreedharan, who helped his mother manage the family vegetable plot, and who herself cooked for Das and his family in their village in Kerala with the utmost love and devotion. “My mother was passionate about the ingredients she would give our family; vegetables had to be fresh, perfectly ripe. She grew her own or bought directly from farmers; then she cooked them to bring out their maximum flavour and health, and served them, with love, to her children,” Das says.

About Das Sreedharan

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.

Das Sreedharan
 
“Kerala

The Reviews:- “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

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