The Rasoiya Street – A Vast Spread of Pure Vegetarian Food in HSR Layout

The Rasoiya Street (TRS) is a pure vegetarian restaurant that serves cuisines from all over the world. This place is truly a multi-cuisine restaurant. I went to this restaurant recently and loved their food and service. TRS also serves Jain food on order. This is a paradise for vegetarians and the menu is really vast for a vegetarian restaurant. I would recommend this place to all my vegetarian friends.

ORDER, TASTE, AND QUALITY:

I ordered Roast Tomato Soup, Crispy Dragon Veg, Dahi Ke Sholey, and Spinach, Olive, Corn Pizza.

Tomato Soup was absolutely yummy! I loved it. It was served with garlic bread, which was delicious. The soup was balanced in flavors and was neither too sweet nor too hot.

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Crispy Dragon Veg was the only disappointment at TRS. It’s not that I didn’t like it but it was far off from being called as Crispy Dragon Veg. It was actually vegetable pakoras and that’s it! Nothing much to it for being called as a Chinese food or even close to it. There was no Schezwan sauce or any Chinese flavor added to it as claimed in the description from their menu. They need to make it better for sure.

Dahi Ke Sholey was superb! It was perhaps one of the best Dahi Ke Sholey I had and definitely the best in Bangalore that I got to taste. It was not at all greasy or oily, which is a big differentiator. The Kabab was succulent and flavourful. The taste of hung curd stuffed in it was delicious.

They have a wood-fired oven which can be seen near the entrance. So, I was excited to see how they make thin crust pizzas there. The Spinach, Corn, and Olive pizza was good in taste and quality. It was loaded with a generous amount of cheese. It was an authentic thin crust pizza of 10 inches. Although the taste was good, and I liked it, they should have added more spinach to it. There was hardly any spinach seen in the pizza and because of this, I couldn’t call it a spinach pizza. I think they need to fix these inconsistencies in the name or description seen in their menu against the ones actually prepared.

SERVICE AND AMBIENCE:

Service was very good, and the staff is polite and courteous. They served us well and I appreciate the service.

The ambiance was also good with nice decor on the walls and various comfortable seating options. I liked the ambiance. However, one downside is that they don’t have sufficient ventilation or airiness inside. The air conditioners they have are not sufficient to cover that large space and the space becomes quite hot in this summer time. They have pedestal fans but even then, I felt quite warm inside because it rotates to and fro and you don’t feel the breeze throughout.

Operational Hours: 

Monday to Saturday: 12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11 PM

Sunday: 12Noon to 3:30PM, 7PM to 11:30 PM

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/nz8TW62U4cS2

Google Maps:

Zomato: https://www.zomato.com/bangalore/the-rasoiya-street-hsr

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