Michelin starred Vineet Bhatia's personal venture serves the inventive and evolved Indian food for which he has become well known.
Michelin Star Restaurants in London
Rasoi Vineet Bhatia reviews
The most gorgeous food I have ever tasted, and the best dining experience thanks to welcoming staff and a very attentive waiter. 10/10.
by rajhoughton, 10 Mar 2010
Great food, agreed, but acutely expensive. The flavours were subtle, for Indian. It's worth a visit especially if you seek something milder than a traditional Indian. Benares and Tamarind
are also good but Tamarind
, for example, remains closer to the traditional spiciness of Indian. Vineet is definitely more fusion than the others.
by convexity (2 reviews
), 24 Oct 2009
'Mind blowing' is how I can best describe this restaurant. Simply one of the best meals I have ever eaten and the service staff very attentive and informative without being very formal.
by bharathuwadiga, 13 Sep 2008
The food is good to excellent, but nothing like good enough to justify the simply ludicrous prices, which are second to none in London.
by Gavin Klein, 12 Jun 2008
Definitely wins best gastronomic experience! Dinner at Rasoi was not just a meal, it was an experience. The waiters are friendly and courteous and the sommelier was very knowledgeable. The food was the best part - Indian food taken to another level. The fusion of spices shows the great imagination of a chef that can only be described as world class. We had the 9-course menu in the Jaipur room. The service was faultless. I would recommend for any special occasion. SUPERB!!
by misi, 24 Feb 2008
Had gourmand menu with the accopmanying wine list. Amazing. Only slight disappointment was that the lobster was a little overcooked. The spicing and seasoning, together with the combination of ingredients, was sublime.
The wine chosen by the sommelier perfectly complemented every course.
Went there on a personal recommendation, above the other 3 Michelin-starred
Indian restaurants. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in Indian food beyond their local tandoori.
by shaving foamasi (2 reviews
), 06 Sep 2007
Despite reserving and confirming 5 weeks in advance they managed to cock up the date, leading to a very embarrasing moment. Food may be awesome but front of restaurant staff are useless.
by Mattyboy, 15 Feb 2007
Mind-blowing Indian food served in the slightly strange setting of a Georgian townhouse front parlour. Tables are quite close together so not ideal if you're going for a first date and want an intimate conversation a deux!
by ag (4 reviews
), 31 Aug 2006
The best Indian culinary experience in London - inspired food, excellent service and really well thought out Gourmand menu (well worth the hefty price tag). Serious consideration has been given to the wide-ranging wine selection too. Given the array of tastes on offer, the sommelier had his work cut out to provide interesting and complementary selections, but did so splendidly.
by MH77 (2 reviews
), 04 Aug 2006
Excellent food and service. Definitely a better choice, in my opinion, than Chutney Mary
by Tinaberry (2 reviews
), 26 Feb 2006
Outstanding food by an outstanding chef. The food is imaginative and superbly put together. He has transformed classics to an even higher elevation. For a special occasion I recommend this over any other restaurant, as the service is also impeccable.
by Anonymous, 12 Dec 2005
I have eaten Indian food all over England and in India and Asian areas in Malaysia and Singapore. This has to be one of the best. It is a bit pricey but highly recommended.
by Anonymous, 04 Nov 2005
Wonderful. We had a wonderful table upstairs, only three tables in this room. It felt very private and romantic. The food was wonderful, and we had a curry topped with real gold leaf.
by Anonymous, 14 Mar 2005
FANTASTIC! We had the gournmet menu; it was terrific. A very memorable evening was had by all.
by Anonymous, 15 Dec 2004
Fantastic food unlike anything you'd have ever eaten! Top class service and great atmosphere.
by Anonymous, 11 Oct 2004
It was great - very special and very Indian at the same time.
by Anonymous, 27 Sep 2004
The Gourmand menu had some of the best food I have ever tasted - chocolate samosa, masala tea ice-cream, lobster, quail, wild mushroom khichdi... the list goes on.
One of the best restaurants I have ever eaten in, beautiful rooms and decor and the staff were refreshingly down to earth.
by moni26t, 31 Aug 2004
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