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Sara Broadcasts the Good News – Rasoi Waterfront is Open

Popular TV presenter Sara Edwards cut the ribbon on the newest addition to Swansea’s SA1 Restaurant Quarter – Rasoi Waterfront.

There has been a real buzz in the city surrounding the opening of Rasoi Waterfront, which has seen the dynamic brothers behind Rasoi Indian Kitchen in Pontlliw invest more than half a million pounds in the glamorous new eaterie. It brings a modern Indian fusion menu, 3,600 square foot of dining space and an eye-catching cocktail bar to the iconic J-Shed.

Sara, the main news anchor on BBC Wales TV’s flagship programme, Wales Today for many years, and a presenter of many programmes for BBC Wales TV and radio, was the special guest at the launch, where she shared her own love of good food with the audience.

But the star of the event was undoubtedly the modern flavours, the inventive Indian fusion menu and the trademark Rasoi attention to detail.

Co-owner Suki Kullar said: “We were very keen to create something different with Rasoi Waterfront and we have devised some really inventive, memorable dishes to delight discerning foodies.”

It was great to welcome Sara Edwards to our launch – I know she is an accomplished cook herself and she has presented several programmes about food on BBC Radio Wales, so it will be interesting to hear her thoughts on our menu!

“Swansea’s SA1 is a prestigious site and we are excited to be part of it when it is really beginning to mature and grow. This part of SA1 is becoming a real destination for visitors and for local people alike and we are pleased to be part of that success story and to enhance it with our own fine dining experience”

Suki adds: “We always put our heart and soul into creating great dining experiences in beautiful surroundings, and Rasoi Waterfront is the cherry on the cake for us as far as that is concerned.”