Having been taught to cook by her mother, my grandmother left the region of Gujarat in India with my grandfather in the 1940’s. As with many people who leave their home country, my grandparents held onto the culture of the time; religion, language, family values and food. This culture was passed onto the next generation and in a similar fashion to the next, bringing the culture of the 1940’s to the present day. Integral to this cultural time capsule is food. Our Food is made with great care and attention to detail, we ensure that everything we make reflect our very high standards. The manufacture is slow, no compromise is made to speed things up, we pride ourselves on our method, it is this method that makes everything taste so good! What you experience is the taste of traditional Indian home cooking.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
9-10C Bradbury StreetStoke NewingtonLondonN16 8JN
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Lovely atmosphere and food. Sadly the price felt about 50% too expensive for what it is. Would only come back if cheaper.more
YUM enjoyed their delicious, fresh Indian food on a Monday at the borough market. I was cold and had was feeling congested and it couldn't have been more perfect. The young lady serving me was so kind. I definitely plan on paying a visit to the restaurant!more
Gujarati Rasoi runs a popular food stall at Exmouth Market and London Fields and now has small restaurant in Dalston. And it's by far one of my favorites!! The entire menu is vegetarian with vegan dishes making up about 50% of the menu, but the chef is happy to make pretty much anything vegan upon request. If you are a meat lover don't let the evil veg word scare you as the dishes are...more