She was born and raised in Mumbai when it was called Bombay. She spent 4 years of her childhood in beautiful Goa. Her Mother is from Central India and father from the West part of India, therefore, her cuisine is heavily inspired particularly from these regions.
Rani is driven by her Marathi origins in Mumbai and inspired by her parents, particularly her father who shared her passion for cooking excellent food. He believed in creating simple yet delicious recipes at home using locally sourced fresh ingredients. For as long as she can remember, her parents have shared the secrets of their culinary expertise, setting them within the context of the traditional culture and heritage. Now, nothing gives her more pleasure than to pass on her knowledge of regional Indian cookery and culture with you..
About the supperclub:
After their sell our supper clubs last year, The Spice Angel present you a feast from the kitchens of West and North India with chaat, biryani and lots more! Expect best quality sustainable local produce.
Keeping in mind that dinner is a time for enjoying warm food, nourishing your body and soul with a vibrant company, we have devised something more unique and heart-warming than a general restaurant.
- Chowpatty Dahi Batata Puri (v)
- Puffed Rice Pakora (v)
- Lamb Dum Biryani
- Old Delhi Butter Chicken
- Khandeshi Vangi Bharit (v)
- Garlic Naan (v)
- Tomato Raita (v)
- Gajar Halwa with Clotted Cream (v)
If you are a vegetarian or have any food allergies, please contact Rani in advance, she is happy to work with you.