never forgets a customer. She is an amazing and charming bundle of Fijian
Indian energy and it is she, rather than the restaurant, that is constantly
recommended. Ramas is a rather out of the way Indian restaurant with extraordinarily
bright decor. The food is good, very reasonably priced and, rare as rare,
it's a BYO that doesn't charge corkage - what a winner!"
"Rama's is the pride of Woden Valley the first
of Canberra's satellite towns. This terrifically welcoming local curry
house sits in a shopping precinct in suburban Pearce and packs them in
just about every night. It succeeds because the food is honest, satisfying
and at times intriguing, while the hostess, Mini Gaundar, wears hospitality
like a vibrantly woven shawl."
Best cheap eats "Rama's makes for an excellent
break from bain-marie boredom with a Fijian-accented take on the Indian
Best Cheap Eats "offers interesting Fijian-Indian
in a slick room"
'It's a colourful,busy room,with the obligatory
Indian pictures,and bench tables down one side.Vibrant host Mini Ram's
cheerful,nothing's-too-much-trouble service adds warmth and keeps happy
locals returning for her sister Daya's Fijian-influenced Indian foodAdvertiser
Those who like it hot will love Ramas,
and those who take the milder road can also do so in this warm and friendly
space, deep in the heart of Pearce. From the moment you step inside the
red room to be greeted by owner Minnie Gaunder, to the last spoon of Kulfi
before retiring for the evening, your tastebuds will tingle and then be
soothed by the offerings of Ramas.
Early booking is a must, as it seems to be
full every night. It is very loved by the locals, and many travel much
further. The menu offers plenty of choice, including drinks and desserts.
If you have any questions or problems, Minnie is always there smiling
and caring for everyone. At Ramas they do not stint on staff. The
result? Good service