Rama's may be getting additional attention after recently being featured in the Wall Street Journal. It is in a scenic spot, and you feel like you are almost hanging out in someone's commune (in a good way) more than you are in a restaurant. The food while attractively presented, was really nothing special. The tea was good, though the lemonade (allegedly home-made) tasted canned. The staff was generally pleasant, but for the most part inattentive. We had to repeatedly flag down someone to pay our check, and it sat there at our table until I was able to get a different server to finally help us out and run the credit card. Come for the ambiance, but do not have high expectations. It is family friendly, and almost every table had children when we visited.