December 14, 2006 3

Rasraj (Artesia)

By in 18: Greater LA

Malai Kofta & Naan. A thick creamy soup that’s very rich and tasty. There are meatballs (Kofta) inside. Can’t stop eating it with the Naan, very good!

Paneer Kima & Naan. Also very tasty and rich, there are cheese inside the soup. Spent an afternoon in Artesia aka Little India that’s located in the part of LA I’ve never venture to. The neighbourhood is basically made up of jewelry shops, Sari/traditional Indian clothes, restaurants and markets. We picked this place because it’s crowded. As soon as we walked in we know this place is authentic. All the clientes are Indian and the menu only has Indian names without descriptions. Since I’m not so familiar with Indian food I was quite at lost at what to get. Thank god for the walls that’s filled with pictures of the dishes and I really like what we got.

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3 Responses to “Rasraj (Artesia)”

  1. seat says:

    Is that white thing cream?
    You have Little Tokyo, Little India…what other Littles do you have? ^^;;

  2. Joan says:

    as far as I know there’s also little saigon. Dunno why Koreatown, Chinatown and Thai-town is not “little xxx” ^^;; Even though there’s no official name, but I think the Alhambra/Valley Blvd area should be called little Taiwan ^^;;

  3. Freda says:

    There’s also Little Armenia, Little Ethopia, Little Philipine and Little Persia…