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Gujarati Rasoi is a local restaurant on Dalston's up and coming Bradbury Street. They specialise in traditional Gujarati food and Indian street food.

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Thu-Sat 06:30-22:30
Sun-Mon Closed

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By Stef A.

Like the previous reviewer, we found the food bland, overpriced and ambience lacking. I sent my feedback to the manager - which wasn't even acknowledged! AVOID AVOID AVOID, they don't care about their customers. Nearly £4 for 3 tiny pieces of tenderstem broccoli, £1.50 for a dollop of raita, and £9.50 each for mains that were the size of starters! Our bill came to £38 for two starters, two mains and a drink each...and we were still hungry afterwards, so we went to Shanghai for dim sum (and I'm a 5'2'' woman with quite a light appetite!) So disappointing. My worst restaurant experience in London - ever.

By Yg O.

Yes, my review is of the same place. There is no problem with home cooked Indian food. Just don't charge west end prices for that. And the fact that there wasn't an Indian person in sight says a lot about your comment about taste.

By Bharat P.

Great vegetarian Indian food - not sure the last review was of the same place. If you can discern the difference between, a generic anglicised 'indian restaurant menu' and the taste of Indian home cooking, than this little place is for you. I've eaten there a few times now and have not been disappointed. Modern bright interior, lots of colour, all on the plate. The food tastes fantastic, depth of flavour, fresh ingredients, unusual starters, I had cobbi mhootia, this is made with cabbage and a steamed gramflour and spice mix, fried with sesame seeds and onions and old very well made favourites, for my main I had palak paneer, rice and mung dal, all of which tasted good together, the menu is small, but considered and focused, don't expect a korma or balti - this place is so much better than the usual 'Indian' offering.

By Yg O.

Food was nice enough, though rather uninspiring and bland, but worst thing was, we left hungry after a starter and main each (and was about 20 quid each). Ambience was non-existent and tables were cramped. Give this a miss.

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