First and only sports resto-bar in Manila for authentic North Indian cuisine.
Royal Indian Curry House is designed in a mix of contemporary and Indian oriental, with wood-sculpted swirl patterns on posts and on walls, paintings of Indian women in various settings, tinted pendant lamps by the staircase, and sculptures of subjects reminiscent of India. Lighting is soft and Indian music plays softly in the background. RICH is all five floors. The main dining with its white tables and plush velvet chairs are on the ground floor. The mezzanine level is another dining area, with tables and chairs and couches overlooking the main dining.
The sports bar occupies the third level. It's a modern day man cave furnished with tables and leather chairs, a bar with photos of athletes two pool tables and LED screen tv for viewing the latest sports tournaments. SPORTS BAR
There’s been much talk on what’s the best Indian food in Manila. RICH is almost always on top of the list and I think it’s well deserved.
The food is great, ambience is great. The staff are happy to assist. Always a good indicator of how great the restaurant is. The best biryani i’ve tasted here in the Philippines. The flavors are rich and it doesnt skimp on the mutton. The rogan josh was okay, i’ve tasted better. Too bad I was too full to try other dishes and for this reason, I would come back again, and again, and again (i can keep doing this)
This place has really great food..It's perfectly Indian..The gajar ka halwa is a treat to everyone.. It'll change your mind on desserts in case you don't like them..All the other food is great too..Loved the kathi roll, Garlic naan and cheese naan..Had some amazing curries with it..But this place is a bit pricey..But definitely worth it
When we visited, the place was more upscale than I thought. So we ended up just ordering Palak Paneer with naan, which cost around 800Php. Then again. It was so good, personally it ranks high as one of my all time favorite dishes ever. RICH makes them pretty well. Savory, rich and super creamy. You'll never believe all that came from the humble spinach.