Frequently Asked Questions

The safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff are paramount. We implement and comply with Government Covid- 19 guidelines, and for your added safety, we have installed the Top Ozone Machine to purify the air in our restaurant after service and for the duration of the night.

Yes, children under 18 years of age who haven’t been vaccinated, are allowed.

We have applied to have a full bar licence and hope for this to come in to effect beginning of October 2021.

Due to the fact that we are situated on the second floor, we only have access from the street front to the restaurant via a set of steps and unfortunately this would not be suitable for a person with limited mobility. 

We have five very popular vegetarian dishes on our a la carte menu, two of which are vegan. Seven of our side-dishes are vegan, the roti (unleavened flatbread made from wholewheat flour) and steamed basmati rice, also our fresh fruit platter dessert.

The quality of our food is our priority and we refuse to cut corners for the sake of profit. We are proud that our chicken, lamb and fish (with the exception of the prawns) are fresh and all our producers are Irish.

We have a children’s menu and would encourage customers to dine with their children perhaps a bit earlier in the evening when we are offering our early bird menu. No children in the restaurant please after 8:30pm.

Our early bird menu is available all days except Saturday and bank holiday Monday. 
Monday – Thursday 5:30pm-7:00pm and Sundays from 5pm (please vacate seats by 8:25pm).
Friday 5:30pm – 6:30pm (please vacate seats by 8:00pm).

We do not have a “BYOW” facility. We have taken special care to provide our customers with an exciting and varied range of wines, suitable for every discerning palette, carefully chosen to compliment the unique flavours and spices of Indian cuisine and also affordable for every pocket.

Yes we do. Please contact Nisheeth the owner or Shinoj our general manager for more details – 

At the moment we are not serving food in Rasam’s outdoor roof area but might consider doing this, come next summer 2022. 

No we do not. For the time being we are still only offering “to collect” at the restaurant. 

Guests are most welcome to bring in a birthday cake to celebrate, however we cannot allow sparklers or anything ‘fire’ related brought in to the restaurant. Rasam would also be happy (on prior arrangement) to provide candles and a festive look to any of our desserts for a special occasion.

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