This neighbourhood restaurant is a regular haunt of Lucinda O’Sullivan’s, who describes it as her “last meal choice”. A 2021 review by Lise Hand for the Times accurately stated that Rasam in little Glasthule village is not the place to go for a rogan josh or a vindaloo. This is more sophisticated dining compared to your usual Indian restaurants in the capital, and their survival in the sleepy village since they opened over 18 years ago is a testament to “the consistent excellence of its food and the unstinting kindness and dedication of its host, which have secured it a legion of loyal devotees”. The food is contemporary, but the hospitality is all that you would expect from your beloved local Indian - friendly, welcoming and warm. The Michelin Guide agrees, as this is the only restaurant recommended in their Dun Laoghaire guide.