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Similar to the name, the décor too suggests right away that you have arrived at a South Indian restaurant. The ambience is very simple, prices reasonable and the staff is friendly and apt for a family place. But the food is a saving grace, as they serve the best dosas in town.
Rasam of The Stadel serves delectable South Indian food in Kolkata where you can rejoice with your friends in vegetarian South Indian delights. The lights are dim and the atmosphere here is cosy and comfortable. It has come a long way and is now one of the favourite South Indian destinations for people in Kolkata. This restaurant has huge glass windows and sleek wooden chairs that characterize Rasam. The traditional South Indian touch is added in the form of ethnic wooden artefacts and idols.
Rasam is well known for hosting food festivals at regular intervals and features special menus. The Pongal festival which is also Rasam's anniversary runs for a week in January and always a huge hit amongst people. Apart from celebrating South Indian festivals, Rasam also rustles up some mean fusion food festivals.
This restaurant serves low-calorie food where you can try these dishes without counting your calories: South Indian Thali, Cheese Onion Tomato Masala Dosa, Molgapoddi Dosa, Paneer Masala Rava Dosa, Special Vada, Upma, Kanchipuram Idlis, South Indian Biryani, Gutti Pakora, Dancing Coffee & Kesaria Chai. Rasam also serves mocktails and milkshakes. They have something delectable for your sweet tooth also apart from South Indian dishes: Payasam, Tutti Frutti and Brownie with the topping of chocolate sauce served with Ice Cream.
It is a pocket-friendly restaurant where you can have luscious South Indian food without giving a second thought. Also, they have a large area to park your vehicles.
Location: The Stadel, Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Salt Lake Stadium, Gate No.3, Salt Lake, Sector 3, Kolkata.
Cost for two:INR 300