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Pledging allegiance to legends like Bob Marley and Jimmy Hendrix, this Caribbean-themed lounge with its witty signage, cheerful ambience, spacious patio and comfortable couch seating makes for the perfect place to enjoy an evening with friends. The beverages and food strike a good balance between conventional and innovative. Drinks like the Chocolate Kiss and Real Me pack a sweet but potent punch and grow on you with every sip. Dishes like the creole chicken with silky garlic mashed potatoes and tangy sauce and the Caribbean grilled cheese with bacon are stuffed with an abundance of molten cheese. The karaoke night and live gigs only add to the overall experience.
Raasta opened up their new outlet in Cyberhub some time ago and I had been dying to visit the place since long. I finally made up my mind and a few of us decided to give it a shot the previous weekend for a brunch visit. The ambience of the place is very positive and a perfect reflection of the chill culture and rastafarian vibe that exists in such cafes. With a Rolling Stones copy kept on your table to greet you, one can only fathom and look at all the images and posters of musicians kept on the wall and the lively colors and decor. The staff was very polite and courteous and attended to us very well. DRINKS: • The Raasta Special: Loved this one, albeit a little too syrupy • Chocolate Cold Coffee: The Cold Coffee was mild and dilute initially, but upon request, they added more coffee to it and made it strong • Chocolate Oreo Shake: This was a delicious beauty and we loved having it on the table • Funky Monkey: A good cocktail indeed, this was strong and perfect for a good drinker who likes his drinks that way • LIIT: The LIIT glasses were beautiful and made the experience all the more better STARTERS • Jalapeno Cheese Cigars The cigar shaped rolls were perfectly cheesy but not oozing with it. Loved the taste of this one • Dylan's Galouti The galouti kebabs were a little too patchy and not the best of choices here. The texture of the kebabs, though supposed to be soft, shouldn't be this pasty. • Veg Mezze Platter A gorgeous and delicious platter consisting of hummus, pita breads, muhammara, falafel, tzatziki and a few more perhaps, is the best vegetarian appetiser to order. • Non Veg Barbados Platter With some delicious Chicken Tikka, Chicken Kebabs, Mutton kebabs and also bacon fried wraps, this was a great option too. • Cajun Chicken Burger I personally loved the taste of the filling inside the burger and the size of the burger was great too. • 36-24-36 Pizza A nice and sexy name for a nice and gorgeous Pizza that tastes perfect and we loved it. • Fusilli Alfredo Pasta The pasta looks and feels so so ravishing! one can definitely try and get this one for the table. We ordered it for 3 MAIN COURSE • Carribean Chicken Curry: 4.5/5 • Jamaican Pepper Lamb: 5/5 • Thai Veg Curry (Green): 4/5 • Mushroonoff: 4.5/5 The place sure seems to be a great place to be at for lunches and dinners even with friends and colleagues or with family as well, if they love themselves a merry time too.
Situated on the second floor of Cyber Hub, Gurgaon, Raasta has been around for some time now tucked right in between Sutra and Imperfecto. The trio makes up for much of the evening scenes (for groups especially) at Cyber Hub. Raasta is inspired by the Rastafarian lifestyle and the Carribean living with Bob Marley vibes all around the place. It is a perfect place to unwind after a long day at work as it transports you to another world which is cool and relaxed. What we ordered? There is no particular dish which I can not recommend. Everything is superb here. But I will suggest going for the Hawaain and Carribean dishes. Given that thier pastas and pizzas are better than many Italian joints, still, those dishes like Dylan's Galauti and Trilla are signature dishes which you can't afford to miss. Tale of the BongTails Chances are when you look at their bar menu, you miss out on a separate menu which lists Bong Tails. Prepared in Bong Jars, these cocktails are house specialties, and if you look experimenting with your drinks, you should definitely try one.
My sister and I decided to go to this place since we were impressed with music and exteriors. But there was nothing special about the place inside despite being a Friday night. We had some drinks and food. Nothing special again. The ambiance was boring. the only chance of you enjoying here is with a group of friends. They do have some events round the week like ladies night, karaoke, Sufi ights etc (not sure about all the events, do remember reading something on their board though). Maybe those are fun. But it was a boring Friday night at Rasta.
This HKV import Caribbean Lounge is a big hit at DLF Cyber Hub Gurgaon, as the name suggest it’s inspired by the Rastafarian movement and the complete décor is done with Red, Green, yellow and Gold. With bigger and better sitting area this outlet glitters with lights and you can hear the typical Bob Marley music from across the floor. In short “Chill” is the word you can use while sitting here. The food is a mix of European, Caribbean and Thai. You can choose from their food menu the authentic Jamaican and twisted in their own way Mexican delicacies. The bar is another highlight of this place which is divided into three sections, two open lounges and a covered lounge. A fabulous innovation that brings together the true Caribbean vibe by serving cocktails in beautiful glass bongs, the Bongtails at Raasta bring the zing in with a medley of crazy flavours and colours. Check out the exciting Purple Haze, a concoction of Vodka, Tequila, Gin, Dark Rum and Whiskey, or Supernatural which will give you the minty kick...... we also tried their sangria, which was freshly prepared so was okay, virgin mojito, raasta special, all were loved by my friends....for me, they were kind enough to curate 2 special drinks, not on their menu....one a spicy mango concoction, and one a head strong coffee tonic!!! coming down to the main and yummy part...the food... we tried an array of their starters....most of which were just simply fabulous.... Tropical chicken salad- very different and true to its name salad...though i didnt quite like it as am not a fan of orange, yet my taste buds tingled with the explosion of flavors.....made of orange wedges, pineapple, dried prunes, bell peppers, succulent chicken, dressed with sesame, scallion and cilantro tossed in a citric fruity dressing. Chicken faffa- one delicious and addictive dish, diced and succulent chicken pieces tossed with basil, green and red chillies, bell peppers and cooked in coconut milk and served with flatbread. Trilla- this is one confusing dish which will win your heart but boggle your mind as well...trio of mushroom and cheese panko crumbed patties served with rosemary mustard mayo. Raasta's big boy platter- this is the biggest platter i have seen and is a complete meal for 2....a hearty portion of mutton seekh kebab, chicken wings, smoked chicken tikka, herbed fish fingers, roasted cottage cheese, jalapeno cheese cigars served with pita and trio of sauces...barring the fish, everything else was super yumm and moist. Dylan's Galouti- these are one heck of vegetarian galoutis that would give the non veg ones a got run...made of mores, shitake and button mushroom, mixed with aromatic spices and served on ulta paratha....these were smooth, soft and full of flavor. Jalapeno Chesese Cigars- these cigar shaped crispy and perfectly fried golden brown rolls encased with corns, jalapeno and gooey cheese is another vegetarian delight you cant get enough of. though we were really full but couldnt stop ourselves from checking out their mains....and so we tried.. Mushroonoff (a very subtle yet delicious mushroom stragonoff with chunky mushroom pieces served with rice.) Sambuca grilled basa (unfortunately the only let down, though beautifully presented, the fish was dry and lacked flavors and seasoning, the potato mash was the highlight though, creamy and smooth.) Jambalaya (yet another delicious and must have dish....carribean style mixed biryani if you please, a spicy and packed full of flavors dish.) Peppe Lamb curry and Prawn thai red curry both were delicious as well served with a side of steamed rice. and we all know there is always space for desserts, so we tried their Brownie with ice cream, red velvet and banoffie pie...the desserts were okayish, nothing too spectacular...but desserts are love nonetheless.. overall a fabulous experience, the ched was very kind to greet us and engage in an interesting convo...the ambiance is lively... would highly recommend.
Located in cyberhub, this is one f the good venues t have a party after office! we were a group f 25 and were able t get a section blocked near the Bar the bartender was very co-operative n fixed some nice alc n non alc drinks, shots for us the snacks n food was quite good, the chef actually came out to check n take feednack which was much appreciated Overall a great experience, we will b back for more fun soon They have an event with APACHE INDIAN in June as I could see some posters!
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A little birdie told me the cyber hub regulars have a new favourite. A snazzy Caribbean themed lounge “Raasta”. The place has gained popularity with its reggae superstars bob Marley, jimmy Hendrix, and bob Dylan gracing the walls. The young party goers have formed a keen attachment to this place cause of its character and superb service. Besides the great Caribbean food they hold live gigs and karaoke nights to keep you in the mood. Loud and musical variations of bob.
Marley is amusing to hear with the purple haze inside you. Raasta have devised concoctions like bongtails served in hukka glass to keep you hazy through the night. Classic LIITs are most ordered drinks. The pitcher with meeze platter and Caribbean chicken strips will suit you well if you are partying with the gang. They have innovative menu with jalapeno cheese cigars, raastawich, rum spiked lamb bongs and Caribbean oven roasted potatoes. To fill you up they offer fish and chips, classic mama’s Jamaican jerk chicken, jambalaya and assorted pizzas. The menu is wide with entrees which can be eaten as main if you want to fill your tummy with pitcher of drinks. The raastapasta section contains classic pasta with main sauces. But the dessert part will leave you swooning with delight. Sticky toffee pudding and Cuban flan can be enjoyed in the outdoor sitting area smoking on your hukka or a simple cool beer.
The patio is preferred by the crowd for it gives an awesome view of the hub. This Cuban night will not even cut a deep hole in your account. Within fifteen hundred you will have a wonderful evening attended on the waiting and happy staff. The crooning jimmy Hendrix romances you reminding you of swaying beaches of Caribbean islands and pleased crowd will make you glad to be there. Raasta is a lovely addition to this hustle bustle of the hub. Red, green, gold walls and witty signage portrays a rebel theme. The lounge is comfortable and summons you to come again.