With its doorbell and residential townhouse location, Rasoi really does feel like stepping into someone's home – albeit a rather extravagantly appointed one. Each intimate room is heavy with bright drapes and flock wallpaper, while formal staff proffer ‘delectable' dishes worthy of the considerable pomp. ‘Brilliant from start to finish', Vineet Bhatia's six-course prestige menu showcases his refined take on Indian cuisine – witness an almond-studded crab lollipop in vibrant lime and coconut soup, or herb-crusted lamb concealed in a smoke-filled cloche with a cobnut and saffron-laced upma and rogan-josh sauce. If £76 seems steep, come at lunchtime, when the likes of mustard chicken tikka with goats' cheese samosa, or sea bass in gunpowder spices, feature on the generous £27 set menu. The wine list has been carefully chosen to match the subtly spicy flavours, although you may need to delve for sub-£30 bottles.
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