Child Friendly: YES
Its idyllic riverside location makes dining alfresco popular at RAS. The pace is languid and so is service. Extensive appetisers feature kebabs, chaats, or Indian street food and vegetarian options. For something unique, try the bharwan mushroom with green chutney, or chicken kali mirch. For larger groups, share the assorted kebab platter while the vegetarian dishes paneer khurchan with dal makhani are must-haves. For some South Indian flavours, try the sour Mangalore fish curry best eaten with jeera rice. To end, its rasmalai, a pillowy-light sponge in saffron-scented milk, is memorable. Overall, a good restaurant option when you’re in the vicinity.