Rimjhim Indian Restaurant can’t be accused of lacking confidence. They don’t settle for calling their kitchen staff chefs – they’ve named them “food artists”. It isn’t hard to see why. They use only the best in natural and local ingredients and then ally them to time-honoured cooking techniques and authentic recipes that bring out the very best in the dishes. Their list of house specialities long and repeat visits are required to make the most of it. Go for their house signature, Rimjhim Chicken, which includes leg and breast cooked on the bone with a chef’s special masala spice mix and saffron rice, or the lamb Shahjahani, in a fiery sauce with garlic and citrus. Veggies will be spoiled for choice and all the classic curries are there for if you are feeling conservative: there is truly something for everyone. Just remember to book ahead, as they have been known to fill up at times and you wouldn’t want to miss out on what they have to offer down on City Road in Winchester town centre.
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Very dissatisfied. Place was not heaving but dirty. Our table cloth was not changed, was stained and crumbs all over it. Tables next to us were the same. Slow service and little time for the staff to pay enough attention. Poppadoms were not fresh. I asked the waiter for some fresh ones. Food though faultless otherwise. Wasn’t at all what we expected and 100% will not return. Honestly down there with the worst I have been to
Good food, tasty and fresh. All of us enjoyed but a little bit waiting time for the food to be served which is normal during festive season.
It wasn't our first time in Rimjhim, we always had a good experience in the past, but on this occasion I can not say the same. The food wasn't as good as always, it was incredibly loud music, we could hardly speak, plus we felt very rushed throughout our time there. However, when it came to payment (and some of us had to leave sooner to catch the train), we waited for a very long time.. It wasn't our best experience there, I'm afraid.