The Mocktails At Raasta Are A Must Have!

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What Makes It Awesome?

Raasta is a three-story casual dining bar located in Khar. The decor is well done with a rustic look, loved the way the walls are painted with different types of liquor explaining the details.

Coming to the F&B

We wanted to order Snickers Chocolate Shake, which wasn’t available, hence settled for Kit-Kat Chocolate Shake. This was a mix of Kit-Kat & Milk, no Chocolate taste in it. I had to ask to make it again to get the correct Chocolate sweetness.

-Raasta Special Mocktail: A Mocktail served in a Big Bongtail (on request). Loved the presentation with a layer of different colours and the taste of Khus, Orange, Pineapple and Cranberry Juice. A must try Mocktail.

-Watermelon Mojito: Classic Mojito with Watermelon taste (with Vodka). This drink had a lot of Watermelon pieces, along with the white Watermelon seeds in it. Personally, a turn off for me to have seed while sipping a drink. Had to leave most of the drink.

-Kingston Chicken Juicy Burger: A big giant burger with a layer of spicy grilled Chicken Breast piece, Sunny Side up Egg and cheese slice. I loved the taste and overall presentation. As the name suggests, it was a juicy Chicken Burger. Potato Wedges served by the side were complimenting the Burger.

-Garlic Parmesan Chicken: Grilled Chicken fillet served on a bed of thick tomato puree and exotic veggies by the side. The Chicken was tender & was grilled perfectly.

-Butter Garlic Prawns: Six pieces of medium size prawns tossed in spicy butter garlic sauce. The prawns had just the right taste and were done so well. The presentation could have been a little better.

-Crispy Chicken Lollipop with Sweet Chilli Paprika: Five pieces of deep-fried Chicken Lollipop served with Schezwan by the side. The Chicken pieces were very dry and had the taste of the coating then the actual Chicken. It can be made better for sure.

What Could Be Better?

Attention to details in food and drinks.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Big Group, Bae