Rasa N16

The firstborn of the Rasa babies, Rasa N16 remains an old favourite for many and has a huge percentage of repeat customers. Small and cosy, it is one of the best known vegetarian restaurants in London and specialises in South Indian food, always maintaining the same very high standards that twice earned it the title Time Out Best Vegetarian Restaurant. Read More >>

Rasa W1

Pretty much along the same lines as Rasa N16 but a more upmarket restaurant and an ideal site with its various corners both for parties and intimate dinners. It began life as a vegetarian restaurant, but more recently the menu has expanded to include a meat-based section inspired by the cuisine of Northern Kerala. Read More >>

Rasa Travancore

Travancore is the first Syrian-Christian restaurant outside of Kerala, which celebrates age-old recipes used by Christian families in the region, who, it is believed, date back to the first century AD. Over the following centuries, as Kerala began to trade in teak, spices, ivory and peacocks with people from the Mediterranean world, many Syrians, among others, remained. They eventually converted to Christianity, and developed a unique meat and seafood cuisine of their own. On the menu you will find chicken, duck, lamb, fish, prawn and crab all given the same fascinating treatment typical of food from this tradition, as well as a highly original vegetarian menu. Read More >>

Rasa Maricham

Rasa's first concept restaurant on Black Pepper. Located within the Holiday Inn Kings Cross, Rasa Maricham offers a variety of dishes from all across Kerala, which has the goodness of this black gold " Pepper" Read More >>

Rasa India

The guiding vision behind Rasa is Das Sreedharan. Born in Kerala, and never far from food being grown, food getting prepared and food building communities, Das moved to London to study accounting." Read More >>