Indo Chinese Restaurants San Diego
San Diego, CA 92126
I've been to this place over a dozen times. You need to order the right food. Order their garlic naan and curries and you won't be disappointed... The sizzlers can be totally skipped. Chaat is a hit or a miss and is very inconsistent. I've also tried the khaman dhokla and though it tasted fine, it was a little dry. Chhole Bhatura was pretty average too. Service is quick and portions are good!
(Edit - dropping by one star. Terrible job with orders placed on phone for a take-out. Once, there was tofu or something alike in palak paneer. Definitely not paneer. Another time, the phulka rotis were super dry and hard. Definitely made several hours before and left open) Reviewing this after over 30 visits. Food - 4/5. One of the more decent Indian restaurants in San Diego. Wide menu - chats, north Indian, south Indian, Indo-chinese (best in SD!), Sweet/savory snacks. Not every dish tastes great, but they definitely have many dishes worth trying that hit the sweet spot. Ambience - 3.5/5. Very casual cafe style. Have cricket playing all the time on one of the TVs. Service - 5/5. Very friendly. Super quick! Parking - 3/5. Can get tight because of the busy stores in complex. But awesome, because it has Miramar cash and carry next door (think Rasraj is also owned by them). Price - 4/5. Pretty reasonable, specially for the generous portions. Paneer Hariyali, Malai Kofta, Gobi/Paneer manchurian, sizzlers, pav bhaji, samosa chat, kachori - All good!
Went here with some friends on Diwali and enjoyed the food. While I really don't like going to restaurants that do not serve meat, the food was still good. I ordered bindhi, which is an okra dish, and it came with a huge piece of naan. The naan was delicious. You could definitely eat it all by itself. I liked the okra, but I should've ordered something else as well since it felt more like a veggie side dish. I was also able to try some other people's entrees and they were all tasty. I especially liked some of the sweets that they sell like the little milk balls, which are really comforting to eat. Overall, I enjoyed all the food I had, but my main issue is that I felt like I ate half a meal, due to the lack of meat.
Great option for Indian food in San Diego. I find myself coming to Rasraj once in 2 months when I start missing the homeland food. I love their sev dahi puri - it is one of my fav snacks and it is so well prepared. Chat papri can be a hit or miss. Masala dosa is delicious as well. I love the amount of options they have from indian appetizers to main course dishes.christmas music bristol coworking space stylish suits for women what language is the most spoken worldwide coworking chester artificial outdoor plants malicious communication telus international gas pizza oven outdoor coworking office clark types of written communication stylish beard christmas traditions how to get a free business email asda outdoor plants coworking space bangalore how long till christmas stylish haircuts for men outdoor bars manchester hinckley and rugby building society how to present a business case stylish rain boots which business is best in india stylish storage international ring size chart christmas card messages how to start a property business uk what should a business plan include worldwide accom lidl outdoor rug