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With its elegant decor and sophisticated vibe, Rimjhim is raising the bar for Indian cuisine in Portsmouth, providing the perfect setting for celebrating a special occasion or treating a loved one to a romantic date. It draws in diners from all over the city to its location on The Boardwalk over in Port Solent and serves up contemporary cuisine from all over the Indian subcontinent as well as some time-tested favourites. This stylish curry house is a favourite among even the most discerning of Indian cuisine lovers, so be sure to book a table in advance to avoid missing out!
Excellent meal and service. I am not a big fan of Indian food but this was delicious. Such a shame the restaurant is closing down later this month. I wish I had visited it more often.
Food very good, a little slow with the order, but believe it was due to cooking something off menu for guest. Would eat there again.
Portsmouth may have no shortage of curry houses, but Rimjhim is a name that stands out from the rest with its stunning decor and creative twist on contemporary Indian cuisine. Bringing the best dishes from all over the Indian subcontinent to Portsmouth, the menu at Rimjhim has something to suit all tastes whether you like it hot or prefer your curry delicately spiced, with meat or with seafood, or with one of a number of vegetarian and vegan choices – it’s difficult to go wrong. Whether it’s for a family feast, a group get together, or an intimate dinner date, Rimjhim is the ideal location in Port Solent, and you’ll find it situated inside The Boardwalk Shopping Centre on The Boardwalk.
Begin your meal at Rimjhim with some black tiger prawns sauteed with garlic and chilli in clarified butter, the spicy chicken wings or a classic like the onion bhaji, before moving on to a decadent curry. Spice things up with the lamb madras, take the heat down a notch with a creamy chicken korma, or go for one of Rimjhim’s speciality dishes like the duck curry with orange, tandoori roasted cutlets of lamb, clay oven-grilled chicken with black lentils, or the hariyali macchi (grilled monkfish in a marinade of lime leaves, coriander and green chilli topped with a bhuna sauce). Attracting guests from all corners of Portsmouth, spaces at Rimjhim in Port Solent can fill up quickly. To avoid disappointment, making a reservation at this local hotspot in advance is recommended.