Raina said in an Instagram post that the restaurant is his tribute to the ‘diverse culinary tapestry of India’
After announcing the opening of his restaurant, “Raina- Culinary Treasures Of India,” in the Netherlands on Friday, former Indian cricketer Suresh Raina stole the show. The 36-year-old former CSK player used Instagram to announce his new business and to share a story about his Indian debut.
“Get ready for the biggest culinary explosion ever! The batsman wrote in an Instagram post, “I am beyond thrilled to introduce Raina Indian Restaurant in Amsterdam, where my passion for cuisine and cooking takes centre stage.
The cricketer also noted in his article that the eatery is a testament to India’s rich culinary heritage. “Raina Indian Restaurant is a tribute to the diverse and vibrant culinary tapestry of my beloved country,” he wrote in the caption. “From the rich spices of North India to the aromatic curries of South India.”
According to Raina, he opened the eatery in order to share his passion for Indian cuisine with the people of Amsterdam. He claimed to have been working on the undertaking for a number of years and expressed his excitement at seeing it completed.
Virat Kohli congratulated his old buddy and posted a message of encouragement on Instagram. Kohli, who runs an Indian restaurant franchise, praised Raina’s accomplishment and said he would go to the eatery the next time he was in Amsterdam.
Good job, sir @sureshraina3 We’ll come over without a doubt the next time we’re in Amsterdam, Kohli added.
The restaurant’s menu features a wide range of Indian foods, including appetisers, entrées, and desserts.
You can select from a variety of appetisers, including Chicken Chaat, Mix Pakora, Zaituni Paneer Tikka, Tandoor Chicken Tikka, Onion Bhaji, and Kabab.
You can order meals like Butter Chicken, Lamb Rogan Josh, Prawn Mango Curry, Fish Coconut Curry, Mutton Korma, and Jhinga Masala for your main course. Additionally, there are vegetarian options including Malai Kofta, Chana Punjabi, Mushroom Karahi, and Dal Makhani.
You can select between Gulab Jamun, Rasgulla, Rasmalai, and Gajar Halwa for dessert.
Beer, lassi, chai, and other drinks are available on the menu as well. Dal Makhani, Paneer Butter Masala, Mango Paneer, Chana Punjabi, Mushroom Karahi, and Malai Kofta are just a few of Raina’s vegetarian menu items.
At Raina’s restaurant, prices range widely; entrees cost as little as 1.49 euros (about Rs. 132) and as much as 24.5 euros (roughly Rs. 2,183).
The yogurt-based salad known as Raita is the least expensive item on the menu. Tandoori Lobster, which is a lobster roasted in a tandoori oven, is the most expensive dish.