Executive Chef Chintan Pandya on Fox 5 Good Day New York!
The most exciting food in this group, I think, belongs to Rahi. More often, the flavors are vivid and unexpected. — Pete Wells, Critic
The just-opened Rahi has loads of potential: the chef, Chintan Pandya, is the mastermind behind the Michelin-starred Junoon, and the menu draws on Indian nostalgia.
Rahi is one of a spate of new and ambitious Indian restaurants that rework familiar dishes with new ingredients. Spaghetti Squash Kofta is surprising and unforgettable. — Robert Sietsema, Eater Senior Critic
Rahi in Greenwich Village...does not only feature a wider array of Indian cuisine but, thanks to Chef Chintan Pandya, from Mumbai, is doing so in a colorfully modern, individualistic way quite a bit ahead of the pack.— John Mariani, Critic
The restaurateur, Roni Mazumdar, tapped Junoon alum Chintan Pandya to reinterpret regional Indian food with local New York ingredients. — Christina Izzo, TimeOut Critic
The city’s love affair with modern-Indian fare is still going strong, as evidenced by this sleek new spot. Grab a table under the funky mural and dig into shareable plates.
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Food Noise: You’ll make it a tradition of your own to come back time and time again to this trendsetting restaurant.
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