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Not crowded. Very attentive, courteous and helpful wait personel. It is one of the better Indian cuisine restaurants in which I have eaten. I tried the goat special, which was a mistake on several levels, but the remainder of the meal was excellent.
On our 3rd visit to this great Indian restaurant, we had another wonderful meal with our son and daughter. The staff was efficient. The decor was lovely. The starters and main meal were very tasty. We had masala tea and decaf coffee, all well prepared....More
On our second visit, my wife, daughter, and I decided to try a diner after doing an excellent lunch buffet a few months ago. The result was the same, a 5 star experience, including food, service, and decor, at a location convenient to Arlington, Fairfax,...More
We had ala carte Dinner and Buffet Dinner.
This a mixed Veg and Non Veg place. Veg choices were adequate but veg choice without garlic was limited to Shahi Paneer.
Food quality was okay but nothing great. May be, non vegetarians may have a different...More
My wife and I have eaten at Indian restaurants around the states and Europe, and we both think Raaga is the best Indian food we've had anywhere! From the complimentary papadoms (with tamarind sauce) to the Chicken Tikka Masala and Lamb Rogen Josh, to the...More
My wife and I had come down from New Hampshire to see our daughter and help her move into her first condo on Fathers Day Weekend.
As we were all working very hard on painting and other projects, we wanted to take a brief break...More
Had dinner there this evening. The food quality is declining. The breads were excellent. And my wife's daal was very good. I ordered Rogan Josh.
There are two ways to make Rogan Josh. The traditional way for this Kashmiri dish is to make the sauce...More
We went here for Father's Day. It was busy! We started with vegetable pakore, chicken tandoori, shrimp biryani, and palak paneer off the buffet. Everything was tasty but the chicken was particularly moist and tender. We had mango lassi and water to drink.
Today I went to lunch for the first time in Raaga Indian restaurant falls Church in VA with my friend.It was amazing food and so delicious, staffs were so attentive and friendly (it’s is so rarely in Indian restaurant)
I highly recommend.