We have been fortunate enough to have a unique piece of artwork created for us by the Weston-super-Mare based artist Shruti. Our brief was to create a mix of Bristol and India - and the resulting mural depicts hot air balloons fly over the Clifton Suspension Bridge, next to colourful peacocks and silhouettes of Taj Mahal.
Restaurant critics from both Bristol 24/7 and The Bristol Evening Post came to review the indian Rassasy shortly after we opened. "THE VERDICT: In a city with a proliferation of top drawer Indian restaurants, this new Hotwells business may only be a few weeks old but it is already up there among the best." Mark Taylor, Bristol Live
The Indian Rassasy Opens
We are delighted to be opening our first venture - the Indian Rassasy in Hotwells Road, Bristol. We chose the name "Rassasy" as it which means “To Satisfy Guests with a Great Meal” - which is our vision for our restaurant.
Introducing our new menu from 1st August 2019. Come and visit us and see what is new on our menu.