Ragaz welcomes you to the sublime world of tasty recipes and melodious notes of music. A symphony of multiple cuisines awaits the discerning guests to indulge in the ultimate culinary pleasure. From the spicy Chinese, the hot Indian to the tangy south Indian cuisines.you have all the best of all worlds. The synergy of “saptaswaras” and “shadruchis” awaits you here. Come and indulge yourself in this harmonious ambience with the best of culinary delights..
To ensure that each guest receives prompt, professional, friendly and courteous service. To maintain a clean, comfortable and well maintained premises for our guests and staff. To provide at a fair price – nutritional, well-prepared meals – using only quality ingredients. To ensure that all guests and staff are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve. To thank each guest for the opportunity to serve them.
Serve spirts to guests at a reasonable cost keeping in mind their health and safety.
South Indian food:
The cuisines of Andhra and Telangana are the spiciest in all of India. Generous use of chili powder and tamarind make the dishes tangy and hot. The majority of a diverse variety of dishes are vegetable- or lentil-based.
North Indian Food:
Food from North India is characterized by its thick, tasty gravies. The use of dried fruits and nuts is fairly common even in everyday foods. Dairy products like milk, cream, cottage cheese, ghee (clarified butter) and yoghurt play an important role in the cooking of both savory and sweet dishes. The meals are hearty and often include several dishes.
Mughlai food is known for its richness. It is famous for the exotic use of spices, dried fruit and nuts. The Mughals did everything in style and splendor. Since they ate very rich food they reduced the number of intake during the day. That is the reason why Mughlai recipes are rich in fat, carbohydrates and proteins.
In India, Chinese food like chow Mein, chili chicken, fried rice are liked by one and all. But over a period of time actual Chinese cooking has Indianized and taken up the form of Indo- Chinese.
Most people seem to think that tandoori is a recipe. Like many of the world's great dishes, this is actually a cooking method that has become synonymous with the food that is prepared. Put simply tandoori is a marinated meat cooked over an intense fire in a tandoor. Tandoori cooking can be a very healthy and easy way of preparing foods. The trick to using a tandoor or charcoal heat is that making sure the heat hits the meat immediately. The combination of the yogurt, the natural juices of the meat and the intense heat created by the charcoal fire, ensures that the natural fats of the meat are sealed within the meat immediately. This creates a nice flavor without having to use or add external fats such as butter or oils.
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