There are very few authentic Indian restaurants in Ireland, and Rasam is one of them. Yes, it is an expensive restaurant but from the moment you enter to the moment you leave - is to be cherished. The thalis are great if you want to try a selection of a few small portion of dishes - especially if you do... 更多
I am Indian and have checked out a few Indian restaurants in Dublin, Galway and Cork and from these ones, Rasam comes out on top by a mile. Indian restaurants in Ireland suffer from excessive customisation of the menus and the food to cater to the european taste. If compare the menus of a few restaurants around, you will see... 更多
Rasam tandoori is a really nice Indian restaurant in Dublin. I came here due to the raving reviews. To be honest the service is quick and professional. But the food is not the best around. And it is definitely well overpriced. 21 euro for a prawn dish... woooow that's quite high in price. They have a good wine list but... 更多
Very relaxing and warm atmosphere. The food was delicious as was the recommended red wine. We had the early bird menu whhich was good value. Very friendly staff.
The early bird is great value - didn't feel like portions were skimped on. The Lal Maas is fantastic, deep, rich, flavour and the meat just falls apart. Service is very good too.
I was a little sceptical but this place met all expectations. It is arguably the top Indian restaurant in Dublin. The food was wonderful and a nice wine list. It was full even on weekdays in the evening! Was expecting either a bland variation or too much spice, but all the ordered dishes hit the mark. he service is a... 更多
Had visited this place due to the raving reviews but was disappointed after visiting. Nice restaurant and welcomed by friendly staff. We were on the early bird and I ordered the prawn starter and a prawn main course. The starters arrived and my prawns was lovely it was nicely spiced and prawns were fresh. However I was disappointed with my... 更多
My husband and I ate here last night and both had a fantastic meal. We ate early at 6.30, we were told they wanted the table back by 8.15. On arrival the restaurant was practically empty and we were seated at a really awkward table at the narrowest part of the restaurant which meant people where constantly passing us and... 更多
I invited family members for a "thank you" dinner (as I am single dating) I decided on Rasam in Glasthule. I have eaten here before so I knew what to expect. This is by far the best Indian food I have eaten and my family agree they also love Indian (I love Vindaloo) If you want great service, quality and... 更多
The food was delicious. Prateek & his team attended to every detail to make it a very comfortable & memorable evening. Will come to Dublin only to have a meal here.
Called in by chance (having been attracted to the extensive awards by the entrance) last Sunday evening. Packed with Early Bird Diners we waited 10 x mins for a table and yes it was certainly worth the wait. Really enjoyed superb starters and main courses, top quality and right sized portions. Very tasty Indian food. Will return when next in... 更多
On my resent trip to Dublin I was invited to dine with my office colleagues at the Rasam , The Indian Restaurant in Dublin. Nice décor and good ambiance and great friendly service by the Indian staff. But if you ask an Indian how the food was I would say it was far from authentic Indian food other than the... 更多
Our very favourite restaurant. We live locally and visit Rasam regularly, we utterly love it! Be it an early evening meal with family or a night out with friends or just simply a date for two - this restaurant is perfect. Everything here deserves a 5 star rating. Consistently amazing food, presentation first class and the flavours… unbelievably good, friendly... 更多