• First leg of our trip to India!

    First part of our adventure in India, Brisbane to Dharamshala and an unexpected 12 hour road trip!

  • Mauritian Biryani

    n my humble opinion, the grandest, most special and one of the most refined Mauritian dishes is the biryani. The most famous biryanis in Mauritius are made by the Muslim community and there are caterers that only make biryani. It is a dish that is very time consuming and requires a lot of skill and as a result, is prepared for special occasions or by people who specialise in the art of making it. Indeed, a good biryani requires the use of all of the senses and producing a good one is a work of art. The aroma is distinctive and permeates the house as the biryani is cooking. It is one of the dishes that I have to have when I return. 
  • Rani’s Mauritian Fish Curry!

    Rani’s Mauritian Fish Curry  

    Many of you, especially those living in Brisbane have tried my signature fish curry. It is a dish very close to my heart and has a very interesting history. 

    This dish originates in the far south of India and as a result of  the colonial era migration can often be seen in countries with a significant Indian population like Mauritius, Malaysia and Singapore. During my travels to southern India, Malaysia and Singapore, and visits to Malaysian and Singaporean friends here in Brisbane, I have noticed that the fish curries are remarkably similar and I relish them all! I love the sourness from the tamarind as well as the spices  

  • Our new website

    We're so excited to be launching our new website with new products and services - will be live mid October!
  • A lovely customer testimonial

    “Thank you, Rani, your cooking class was wonderful. The food that we cooked from your menu was delicious. I learnt so much and loved the rice stirr...
  • Another testiomonial :)

    “Hosting a cooking class recently was an effortless and pleasurable afternoon creating delicious food in the company of friends. We all enjoyed the...