Created from the childhood memories of owner Das Sreedharan, which were spent tending a vegetable plot in Kerala and feasting on the fruits of his labour, this cosy spot in Stoke Newington is a haven for vegetarians.
Enjoy “home-cooking” favourites such as lentil dal, soups and Keralan delicacy vadais (crunchy lentil patties), followed by curries and side dishes paired with dosa, parathas and various rice dishes.
Monday to Thursday: 6pm to 10.45pm
Friday: 6.00pm to 11.30pm
Saturday: 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 11.30pm
Sunday: 12pm to 2.45pm and 6pm to 10.45pm
Venue Details & Map
55 Stoke Newington Church StreetLondonN16 0AR
- +44 (0)20 7249 0344
Top 5 reviews of Rasa N16
Amazing food, good service. All the dishes tasted authentic. This is definitely a food coma place. more
I've given this 2 out of 5 because:
* The entrance to the restaurant smelt like urine
* The food was extraordinarily bland. We had the Rasa Kayi and the Beet Cheera. I couldn't recommend either. more
I've been excited try Rasa, the original and vegetarian only location, since I've moved and it did not disappoint! We squeezed in before the 10:45pm closing time, but we were still seated and told to order quickly as the kitchen was about to close and that the restaurant closed at 11pm...fair enough. There are few vegetarian restaurants open late in this town on a weeknight and the... more
I arrived here last Sunday night and was very pleased with the array of veg options, especially veg options I don't find on other Indian menus. I opted for the nair dosa full of veggies and was quite pleased with the heft and types of veggies inside: beetroot, onion, potatoes, carrots (I think), etc. Really tasty and filling.
However, the rasa idli was very bland and I tossed two of them... more
Had dinner here last night. Food was delicious, amazing value and different to the usual indian fare available. We had starters, mains, sides and nibbles and a bottle of prosecco for £67 including service charge for 3 of us, bargain.
Service was good, apart from them being slow bringing tapwater, a universal problem it seems. It was very hot in the restaurant, but it was full. Not sure why... more