This isn't a restaurant and it's a shame some of the reviewers had those expectations. Ragga's is a small room, a bit shabby with basic furniture and a fridge for cans of drinks. The menus have a decent range of food but we tend to find they sell out of food very quickly and there have been visits where we've not been able to have a starter or a dessert. I can highly recommend some dishes - the curried goat is out of this world, lamb almost as good. Tilapia was good too, popular with some of the people coming out of the gym nearby. Jerk chicken and prawns recommended too, and the desserts they have, which change on a regular basis are good too. And the coleslaw is the best in the world, incredibly creamy and tangy. The service is friendly but basic, just like the decor. We've been there when it's empty and been there when you have to wait an hour for a free table. Last visit my friend and I shared 3 starters, 2 main courses and a dessert each and our bill was less than £25. Bargain. It's a favourite with us and we happily travel 30-40 minutes to have dinner there on a regular basis.
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