Regulars say that a trip to Rasika is worth the hype, thanks to this Indian restaurant's authentic blend of spices, generous portions, and reasonable prices.
If it's your first time at this James Beard Award-winning restaurant, you might consider starting with the kitchen's signature appetizer, palak chaat, which is a bed of crispy baby spinach served with sweet yogurt, tamarind, and date chutney. After that, your table can move onto a variety of other dishes, as regulars say the experience here is best if you order family-style. The menu showcases a range of traditional Indian culinary techniques, include tawa (griddle cooking), sigri (grilling over an open barbecue), and tandoori (cooking inside a super-heated clay oven) so no matter what your preferences are, you should be able to find something to suit your taste. How about spiced, minced lamb with mint chutney, served alongside a bed of rice? Or maybe you'd prefer a veggie-friendly helping of makkai kofta? If you want to try a bit of everything, consider springing for the chef's tasting menu, which will combine familiar and new flavors.