Rasa Travancore

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At Rasa, our food is inspired by the authentic home cooking of beautiful, spice-rich Kerala, where all our chefs are trained. Food is our passion, prepared for you always with devotion, love, and the finest ingredients.

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Rasa Travancore

Address
56 Stoke Newington Church Street
London
N16 0AR
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7249 1340
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 66 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Rasa Travancore

4.0 out of 5 17 December 2015
by Sonji M.

Third visit to this place for my birthday. First time I tried it I wasn't too sure because the flavours aren't as rich and over packed with herbs and curry as I'm used to. However, I loved the seafood soup starter and I found the food easier on my insides than my usual Indian (no wind or diarrhoea) as I am very sensitive to various ingredients. However, me and my BF are a fan now had some...more

4.0 out of 5 28 April 2015
by Julia D.

The best Indian food i've even had. They actually have two locations opposite of each other - one of them is vegetarian and the other one is not. We tried both and were really impressed. The vegetarian place is always very crowded. I will definitely be coming back.more

4.0 out of 5 7 January 2014
by Chris F.

I've been hearing about Rasa for a long time:

Had a few dishes that I'd never heard of before. Namely.

Kathrikka - Tasty battered aubergine. I do like aubergine so could see myself getting this again.

Medhu Vadai - I found these dumplings rather flavourless. They seemed completely reliant on the coconut chutney to have any flavour, which I found a little disappointing. Not awful, just not...more

4.0 out of 5 8 December 2013
by Steve B.

I love Indian vegetarian food and so was looking forward to coming here. Rasa on Stoke Newington Chuch St. specialises in southern Kerala cuisine was distinctly different from other places I've sampled.

We opted for the Keralan feast. The flavours that stand out here are different from your standard Indian dishes with coconut, tamarind, some yoghurt and fruity tastes and more delicate too...more

5.0 out of 5 6 July 2012
by Justina K.

I love this restaurant. The very thought of the moru kachiathu, or the beet cheera pachadi, their parathas, their flavorful rices, the salted lassi... sorry, where was I? Too busy salivating to continue... oh right, the very thought of their food drives me to distraction. It's all so good.

The restaurant can get busy, and the back room can be pretty loud, but once the dishes are laid in...more

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