Deal Type - alacarte
T & C
While Delhi was hell bent on re-inventing it's nightlife, several great bars came into existence and became an integral part of every social scene. Clubbing was no longer a rich person's game and these bars welcomed the tipplers with moderate pockets into its fold by offering them a sensational backdrop within budget. One of the early nightlife settlers was `Raasta', a fun casual bar that bought relaxing Caribbean air to Delhi's night scene. With it's cool Bob Marley vibe, the bar quickly became a huge favorite with the party-seekers. The original outlet of Raasta was located in Hauz Khas Village, which later shifted close by to 2nd Floor, Aurobindo Marg, Green Park, New Delhi. Raasta is often the first pick with the young party-hoppers on weekends.
The Caribbean element is ongoing throughout the menu. They have given quirky Caribbean themed names to the cocktails. Tiki Taka is one of their most popular drinks and is a smooth but heady concoction of Monkey Shoulder whiskey, passion fruit syrup, pineapple juice, blood orange & angostura bitters. Tap into Raasta's yummy Continental-Italian menu to pick few choicest nibbles to go along with your drink. Add that salty Caribbean kick with, home-style Cuban crispy fish, hummus pita, chilli garlic chicken, Dylan's Galouti, tender mutton seekh, fried calamari rings and Reggae Reggae nachos. Opt for a Barbados platter to share with your gang. Indulge in your appetite further with, Sambuca Cajun grilled basa, Cuban black beans with bread, fusilli pesto, angry bird pizza, Peppe' lamb curry, fire engine, Red Thai curry, penne vodka arrabiata, smoked chicken pizza and jumbalaya.
Give into your sweet tooth by indulging in Raasta's dessert selection. Anything between gooey chocolate cake, banoffee pie, sticky toffee pudding, red velvet cake or The Raasta special would go down delightfully with sugarholics. The bar gets crazy busy on weekends. Always call ahead to book a table before visiting. Or simply ask us at EazyDiner to do it for you. The laid-back Caribbean vibe going on at Raasta instantly soothes you down. It's an ideal place to grab a few drinks with your pals after work. The heavy woody décor works well with ambient lighting and funky Caribbean posters mounted on the walls. Try to bag a table in their open terrace section from where you can see the hustle-bustle of Green Park below you.