Facing the sea, Rangoli shares with its older brother Bembi, the same concept of Indian food. And, besides gathering all the virtues of his predecessor, Rangoli has a number of distinctive features: new and unique dishes, attractive decoration, full of carefully chosen decorative pieces from India, a bar area where one can sip on a drink, while waiting, and, to top it all - a terrace with the Mediterranean view.
Rangoli is the most ancient traditional decorative folk art of India and a symbol of religious and cultural beliefs. It is considered an important part of spiritual tradition. Rangoli figures and patterns are colourful decorative designs on courtyards during Hindu festivals and is meant as a sacred welcoming area for the gods and guests. These ancient rituals have been passed on through the ages, from one generation to the next, thus keeping both the art form and the tradition alive. The purpose of Rangoli is to bring good luck.
At Rangoli they strive to present the culinary art of India which is as vibrant, traditional and colourful as a Rangoli and bring to you recipes which have transcended through generations.
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