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Savoy's South Indian Kitchen

Savoy's South Indian Kitchen

4.8(4 Reviews)
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Rasoi India welcomes you to the world of Indian cuisine. Located in Edmonton South End, Heart of Indian Bazaar, Rasoi India offers a unique dining experience. From the vibrant colorful ambiance of its location in the newly-restored Restaurant to the mouth-watering signature dishes, Rasoi India will bring the many flavours of India to you. Our menu includes authentic delicacies of the north as well as south India. All of our meals are prepared form scratch in our kitchen by our highly-skilled Indian chefs using only the finest ingredients and all natural spices. With a daily lunch and dinner buffet, a la carte menu fine dining 7 days a week, Rasoi India is the perfect choice for any occasion. To book your next event, make reservations or for more information please contact us.For an authentic, yet casual, Indian dining experience a visit to Rasoi India Restaurants is a must. Whether its to snack on one of Bombay's infamous appetizers or simply savouring a delicious meal, spiced to your liking, Rasoi India is a sure hit to please anyone's palette. Our location is fully licensed and unique to cater your every need.   Rasoi India Restaurant in Edmonton, without a doubt the best for Indian cuisine in Edmonton, Alberta.   Rasoi India Restaurant is a new Indian Restaurant in Edmonton, but without a doubt the best Indian Cuisine in town. Head Chef Mr. Inder Sadana is no new comer to Indian Cuisine. He has 15 years of Indian Cuisine Experience in Canada and 20 years rich experience in India. In Edmonton he has been honoured by Edmonton Journal 4 Star Ethanic Cook and Edmonton Sun has given him 5 spoons for Ethanic Food Cook.    Rasoi India Restaurant is dedicated to pleasing their clientele, which is quite obvious by the outstanding service they give. The second you walk into the restaurant, you feel at home. I felt as though I was visiting a good friend. Mr. Sadana joined my associates and me for dinner, which gave us the opportunity to get a much better understanding of Indian Culture and Food. While dining Mr. Niel Smith, a customer stopped by our table and said to Sadana, "I�ve been to India and several Indian Restaurants and this is the best Indian food I�ve ever had."   The interior is very appealing to the eye. There is dining room with framed Indian Pictures and art. A large painting of the tradition Indian women evening walk is facing the front door and hung on soft muted gold colour walls. All other walls are elegantly decorated with Indian hand made handi crafts.   Now for the food, my associates and I started with Pappadam (crispy bread), which was served with three different types of chutney; mint  and tamarind. It was difficult to decide which my favorite was.   Rasoi India Restaurant has a large selection of imported and domestic beers, both Australian and Canadian wines and liquor. Some of the most popular Indian beers they carry are King fisher, Taj, Raj, Tikka Gold, etc.   However, I enjoyed the merlot with my meal, which gave a wonderful taste with the cuisine.   It is a well-kept secret that Indian food is not necessarily hot and spicy. The food consists of many flavours, spices and tastes. If you request it, the food can be made spicy to your liking.   Since reviewing the restaurant I took a survey of about 25 people and asked their opinion on Indian food. Much to my surprise the largest majority interviewed made the same comment: "Indian food is much too spicy and they use curry in everything. Well, not so, and if you feel the same I ask you to try Rasoi India Restaurant because you will be pleasantly surprised.   The next item was Fish Pakora, which is deep fried fish and ever so tender and flaky, but best of all, not oily or greasy. It is also true of the Onion Bhaji and really hard to believe that these two items were fried. When asking Chef Sadana how could that be possible? He stated �The temperature of the oil was the secret; it must be just right.�   Chicken Tikka is a very moist and tender chicken, which has been marinated, in an exceptional choice of spices and herbs. Try this I think you will like it.   The menu consists of a wide selection of appetizers, entrees, and beverages. There is something on the menu for everyone; seafood, lamb, chicken and vegetables. Yes, that is right; there is also quite a variety for vegetarians. My favourite was the Shrimp Masala. Plump, moist, tender shrimp cooked to perfection in an amazing creamy sauce that melts in your mouth.   John, my photographer and I were invited into the kitchen to see the Tandoor (clay oven), which makes this restaurant different from others. The Tandoor is a clay oven that has a temperature of 400 to 1000 degrees F. We watched Chef Sadana make Nan(bread), which is made and served fresh for each customer. The dough is pressed by hand, seasoned and then thrown against the wall of the clay oven and ready to eat in seconds. Another item I recommend is the Chef�s Special, which is truly fit for a king. It will give you a nice variety of tastes especially if you are a newcomer to Indian Cuisine. It is a combination of Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Tikka and Lamb Chops. They offer 7 days a week Lunch and Dinner Buffet, which is served daily for lunch at $10.95 per person, and Dinner at $14.95 per person.  On weekends, rates are $11.95 for Lunch Buffet and $16.95 for Dinner Buffet. Their Buffet has some of the most popular dishes in appetizers like Kachori (puffed med. Spicy lentil pastry), Gol Gappa (puffed deep fried bread with potatoes, chick peas and spicy water), Masals Dosa, Idli Sambhar, etc. Their regular menu is also quite reasonable.   We completed this amazing meal with dessert. We tried the Dessert Sampler; which consists of an assortment of sweets. Gulab Jamun is a Milk Cheese Ball; don't be fooled by the name because it is truly scrumptious. Chai tea was the perfect end to a truly wonderful meal. You can eat in or take out. They also have catering services for that special party. Rasoi India Restaurant gets 5 stars from me not only for the best Indian Food in Edmonton but also for the service and ambiance. Don't miss out on a wonderful experience of Indian food and Culture. It is well worth the visit.   Rasoi India Restaurant is located at #9, 9261 � 34 Ave, Edmonton, AB T6E5T5  Open 7 days 11:00am - 10:00pm.   Please visit their website for menu and other information: www.rasoiindia.com
If you have never tried South Indian food this is definitely the place to go. South Indian food is dosa which a thin savoury crepe stuffed usually with potatoes and served with coconut chutney and sambar which is lentil soup.
Relaxed venue offering familiar South Indian dishes such as veggie curries, dosas & sweets.