What you will experience
Ravali will reveal the secrets of the Indian home kitchen to you. It will be a night that you learn how to make authentic Indian food from the east coast of South India, Ravali’s hometown, and Kolkata where Maher’s shelter home will be built.
With homemade spices from India, the guests learn how to prepare Masala Chai, and cook delicious vegetarian and vegan Indian dishes with their own hands, just like how it should be as a native Indian. Guests then will be enjoying their own dishes over joyful conversations together.
The seats are limited, please reserve before March 12th Sunday. We look forward to welcoming you to this authentic experience!
Food / learn how to cook by yourself
Masala Chai: a classic Indian beverage made by brewing black tea in milk and water, and often sweetened with sugar.
Aratikaya Bajji: a simple yet delicious snack that is eaten with chai, especially in monsoons. It is made with raw bananas, gram flour, and spices.
Bendakaya fry (okra): a recipe that is made explicitly in Andhra. It is made with okra(vegetable) and an amazing spice mix made with peanuts and spices in Andhra.
Carrot Halwa: this delicious dessert is made with grated carrots, milk, and butter and is scented with cardamom. It is made in different parts of India.
Drinks: Soda, Water, and Juices
* If you have allergies and dietary preferences, be free to tell us in advance. We will try our best to accommodate you.
Meet Us Behind Ravali's Kitchen
Originally from a small village in the east coast of South India, Ravali currently is living in Vienna teaching yoga.
"My family owns a family restaurant called Vijaya for 39 years. I learned Indian traditional cooking skills from my mother and father. I wish my Indian home kitchen cooking experience can also give you a journey to the most authentic Indian taste that leaps thousands of miles away!"
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