In Gujurat, the Western-most state in India, rasoi literally means cooking. Rasoi, Homestyle, is an ode to both our name and namesake as we present a selection of dishes emblematic of traditional homestyle Gujurati cooking. These are the types of dishes we'd reserve for hosting special guests for a long, lingering meal - dishes we're excited to share with you.
Chaat (Snack): Dal Mooth - Crispy Indian snack made of savory fried lentils spiced with black salt and a touch of cayenne
Appetizer: Khasta Kachori - Crispy fried puri (puffed bread) filled with spiced lentils and served with tamarind mint chutney and sev (fried chickpea flour)
Main Course: Ringan Batata nu Shaak - Eggplant and potato sauteed with peanuts, shredded coconut, cilantro and Gujurati spices Malai Kofta - Indian dumplings made with paneer, potato and fresh herbs, fried and served in a cashew cream sauce. Featuring Heena’s garam masala Bhinda Dal - Crispy okra served with traditional tuver dal (pigeon peas), spiced with jaggery, ginger and chiles.
Served family style with jeera rice
Dessert: Skreekand- Cardamom-spiced, housemade yogurt served with seasonal citrus
Beverage: Nimbu nu Pani - Spiced mint lemonade
Paresh’s Wine Recommendation: Don't be shy to bring wine. We think Pinot Noir or luscious California Cab pairs well with our food.