. . . Rasoi's pricing is pretty exorbitant. It rivals Taj Mahal on entrees, yet unlike Taj Mahal, Rasoi's Lareesa Agarwal charges for rice, which is normally provided free as part of the meal at any other Indian restaurant. While the food was pretty tasty and the ambience is pleasing, we were overcharged, with each item on the bill running from thirty cents to $1.30 more than the listed menu price. Disappointing to say the least, since we already felt like we were paying more before Agarwal added on, hoping we wouldn't notice. I will stick with Taj Mahal or India Kitchen before I return to Rasoi, even though they're farther away.