Rahi

Row 1

Details
60 Greenwich Ave (Perry St and Greenwich Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 373-8900
Indian
$ $
Hours
Mon: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Tue–Thu: Noon–3:00 PM Fri: Noon–3:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Amazing inventive Indian food. Go here.
  • Artichoke edmame chaat is a pretty unique pick. Most brunch pics are great!
  • The Artichoke was great and lamb shank and cod were amazing!
  • Really hit their stride on the food. Cauliflower, off menu butter chicken, chili cheese toast, artichoke chaat all really good. Skip the squash bhartha. Service is still amateurish
  • I loved the artichoke edamame chaat and the chicken in banana leaf. Butternut squash Kofta was very good but the rest was outstanding. Lovely flavors.
  • Cardamom cocktail
  • Makhani naan and tandoori paneer
  • Great place to enjoy India fusion dishes! Do try kashmiri ribs, dal rahi, dahi paneer and their chocolate pan is delicious!
  • Absolutely incredible Indian food. Go for lunch or weekend brunch and get the prix-fixe special. Try the dahi chili paneer and the butter chicken (literally the best Ive ever had)
  • Butter chicken is the best Ive had. Everything was great though!!
  • Try the Tree of Life dessert
  • The best artisanal indian ever! Everything was absolutely sublime and well thought out. Highlights: Sunchoke Vada. Entrees: lotus root kofta, picture below, and the salmon. Cheesecake is a must!
  • feel free to experiment! most dishes are interesting, and portions are fairly small.
  • Oh dear god the egg yolk and cucumber appetizers. This place is incredible. Can't wait to go back.
  • Edamame artichoke chaat was great. You can only do the price fix for brunch if everyone at the table does. Waffle was ok.
  • Definitely order butter chicken, so delicious! Expensive though
  • Everything is great! The cocktails were fantastic too. Ask to order from the secret menu. It has a few standard dishes. We didnt taste anything that wasnt delicious.
  • Food is good and creative and portions are large but service and operations are amateurish to say the least. Poorly run, oblivious. Cauliflower yes, skate no.