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Rasika reopens with new decor and menu

In order to celebrate its 10th anniversary, Rasika, the Indian restaurant located at 633 D Street, NW, has undergone a makeover, Washington City Paper reports.

The restaurant, which opened in 2005, was closed briefly for renovation but is now open again. The interiors are done by British designer Harry Gregory and it has artichoke-shaped lights from London, patterned fabrics from Venice, armchairs from Italy and a wall with artifacts from India. Also, now the restaurant has sound-absorbing walls and ceilings.

It’s not just the interiors that have undergone a change, but also the menu, which has more than a dozen new items. One is Gujarati lasagna, which Chef Vikram Sunderam made when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited last year.
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