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I love to have food in Rangoli , Staff are very friendly and understanding, I told them to put less oil and not so much Spicy, they made it accurate taste what I want it ,I order my food always from here , my Satisfaction...is 100 %More
The best Indian food me and my boyfriend have ever had! We ordered tomato soup (delicious) and Tikka Masala as the main course-this is our most favourite Indian dish of all-before visiting Rangoli, we thought that Tikka Masala can't be better than our favourite one...in Brno (after comparing with other Tikka Masala from other Indian restaurants also in Brno), but after trying Tikka Masala from Rangoli, we were seriously thinking of moving to Prague! (We also had Naan and carrot desert - Gajar Halwa, all of which were unbelievably tasty!). The atmosphere in this restaurant is also absolutely stunning - clean, beautiful and very relaxing place with nice music not too loud nor quiet. The waiter was very polite and caring, the beer was cold and well draught (Stella Artois), but anyway-my taste buds were so pleased, that this place would deserve 5 stars just for the delicious Tikka Masala we had here!More
Visited with my dad on a short stay in Prague, the service was great and the food was lovely. The waiter was happy to suggest adjusting the spice level of a dish when asked to recommend a medium spicy vegetarian dish. The atmosphere was pleasant...on a Friday evening, the seating area has plenty of seats but has a cosy feel. Would definitely return!More
Rangoli doesn't mess around when authentic Indian food is concerned. From start to finish, everything on the menu is well prepared and presented.
I opted for the chicken Vindaloo - a hot dish for those into spice. I particularly liked the finishing touches of Mukhwas,...which serves as authentic after dinner mints. /Mukh/ and /vas/ - denoted in the name, Mukhwas - literally translate as mouth and smell.
A meal consisting of a meat curry, rice, garlic naan (breads), five drinks and a Kulfi (Indian ice-cream) came to a very reasonable 840 CZK (just under 30GBP). This was plenty for the two of us and shall be returning with friends over the next couple of weeks.
As for the service I cannot fault it and was the prominent quality of our dining experience. The waiters greeted me with clemency and their attention to our overall comfort throughout our dining experience was sharp.More
This is a really lovely restaurant with great ambience and superb food. What made it particularly special for us was the care and courtesy of our waiter, Rabneesh - thank you! We will definitely return.