I have been a patron of Rasham for five years. I have consistently enjoyed the food and the family run style. Everything is made fresh. Nothing is frozen. The kebabs are delicious. The vegetable dishes are filling and tasty. The chicken entrees are always top notch. The rice pudding is magnificent. For lunch try a few samosas, a naan and a couple kebabs and you will be stuffed for less than $7. Yes, the food is not inexpensive but the time and quality deserves a fair price which it is and everyone is entitled to a fair wage. It takes time to prepare fresh food so don't go there in a rush or you will be frustrated. There is no alcohol due to religious beliefs so respect that value.
You do not eat there for the atmosphere which is spartan. If you cannot tolerate VERY spicy food the place is not for you. If you expect to be fawned over, don't go, but if you are friendly and honest you will find a family that is humble, reserved and always dedicated to quality.
I have eaten in some of the finest restaurants in Paris, Rome, London and in this country. I have been more disappointed in some of the "best" and thus I try to be objective in reviewing any eatery. The American palate has morphed towards uniformity and dullness and quantity not quality. Rasham is quality and family and to me it doesn't get any better than that.
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