Sri Rathiga

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 3 reviews )

21 North Parade, Mollison Way, Edgware, North West London, England, HA8 5qh

Vegetarian South Indian restaurant presents authentic, pure food with a focus on Tamil specialties. Also provides rare dishes from other Southern regions like Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. Open Tue-Sun 12:00pm-11:00pm. closed Monday

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Indian, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Delivery, Take-out

3 Reviews

First Review by RachelFarhi

Food is average. Wouldn't go to again. - Edit

I tried the bhel poori and bhajis and I wasn't blown away by it. Very average and the bhel wasn't very nice compared to the shop opposite.

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Delicious dosa! - Edit

.....And fluffy vada, upma, tasty utthapum...I could go on..
For lunch I had the mini thali containing all the above. Mum and aunt had a masala dosa each. My dad and uncle determined to stay with tradition, opted for a full thali. Delicious though the thalis were, we had to help Dad and uncle finish them! Mr me stuck to generous starters: a dhai papdi chat and their speciality sizzling paneer.
Although the restaurant was quiet at lunch time, the food and drinks were spot on. Under £10 each.

Pros: Excellent food, Cafe Style, Great value

Cons: Cafe Stlye

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Delicious South Indian food at inexpensive price - Edit

Wanting to try somewhere different for lunch today we found this unpretentious neighbourhood restaurant in a subuurb of north west London. in spite of the basic surroundings (steel chairs and metal tumblers and cutlery on the tables like a workman's canteen) we were very pleasantly surprised by the range and high quality of food offered here.

For a starter we shared a mixed platter which at £5.99 was very reasonable and offered more than enough fried and steamed goodies to keep us going to the main course. For mains, we went for a Paneer Malai - creamy coconut suffused with herbs and cashew nuts and a Vegetable korma. Accompanied by tamarind rice and raita we were hard-pushed to finish the generous portions.

For dessert we rejected the pre-packed frozen kulfi of many an Asian restaurant and went instead for home made Rasmalai (delicious, a bit like eating a washing up sponge soaked in vanilla cream) and Panayam, which was a kind of sago pudding served hot. Topped off with a South Indian coffee our meal for two came to £30, which we felt was very good value.

The restaurant also does an outside catering trade which several customers dining there seemed very interested in.

Pros: Excellent home cooked food, Friendly staff, Generous portions

Cons: Basic decor

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