Ragam

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  • Address:

    Ragam 57 Cleveland Street
    London
    W1T 4JN

  • Venue phone:

    020 7636 9098

  • Venue website:

    www.mcdosa.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-2.30pm, dinner served 6-10.50pm daily.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Goodge Street tube

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    1. Ragam
      • 57 Cleveland Street
        London
        W1T 4JN
      • 020 7636 9098
      • www.mcdosa.co.uk
      • 51.520499,-0.138989

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annalisa

Fantastic food. Try the beetroot side dish it's absolutely delicious. Their fish dishes are equally excellent. The atmosphere is slightly 1970's but the great food makes up for it.

Sharmil

Went to this restaurant last night having read glowing reviews of it. The food was appalling. Zero atmosphere as only 3 tables were taken. The paratha was uncooked and leathery. The dosa and accompanying chutney tasteless. The rasam, which I usually love, was unlike anything I have ever tasted.I think the food had been made less spicy for a western palette.If you want to try good south Indian food I would head to Tooting or Wembley where the food is far superior.

Gavin Bell

It's interesting, isn't it, that a 'dog-eared' appearance somehow makes the food taste even better when you're served something delicious. Perhaps it's the surprise factor. Whatever it is, at Ragam, the surprise factor goes through the roof as the food is genuinely good. As in bloody good. And I like that. The dog-eared appearance works for me as it means that the unknowing will continue to walk by and I can generally always get a table. Oh wait, why am I posting this? Don't go. It's horrible ;-)