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Bite size

Let in the lite

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

16th April, 2015
Benny Jacob is the man behind Rasoi, an indian takeaway with restaurant flavours.

Working a late shift, which I do regularly, isn’t exactly conducive to good eating habits. So I’m glad to have discovered Rasoi. It’s an Indian takeaway in Ranelagh in Dublin that’s run by Benny Jacob, a familiar face from his other role as manager of Ananda in Dundrum.

His ‘Rasoi lite’ option includes a small portion of brown rice and a small portion of tarka dal served...

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