When colors blend in perfect harmony, we produce peace and luck: we create a Rangoli. Rangoli is a work of art created using simple and colorful materials, such as rice, sand, dried flowers or green plants. The geometric design is made on the floor, decorating the entrance to our homes during Indian festivals, such as Diwali. It is believed to bring good luck.
And this is exactly what our restaurant aims to offer when we welcome our customers. Our highly trained and experienced chefs create the refined blend of spice and mouth watering flavors, serving delicious Indian dishes to your table.get direction
Chicken thighs cooked in tandoor oven, marinated with yoghurt, ginger, garlic and spices.
Chicken breast cooked in a tandoor oven, marinated with yoghurt, ginger, garlic and spices.
Chicken breast cooked in a tandoor, marinated with yoghurt, cashews, saffron, white pepper, ginger & spices.
Minced lamb cooked in tandoor oven, marinated garam masala, fresh coriander, ginger and garlic.
Mushrooms cooked in tandoor oven, stuffed with Indian cheese, masala potatoes, cumin, ginger & dried fruit.
Chunks of chicken cooked in tandoor oven, prepared in tomato, onion and butter sauce.
Chunks of chicken breast cooked in the tandoor oven and prepared with a special tomato & spice sauce.
Typical beautiful Indian decor and ambience. Owners ( husband & wife) take personal care and interest in serving individual customers with decent prices . You must visit place to this place if you are in Milano.
There are a lot of restaurants in Milan, but few of them serve really good Indian food. Fortunately, I stumbled upon Rangolí which had excellent authentic Indian food. Additionally, the place has a nice atmosphere and is well decorated, plus good prices.
I’ve been going to Rangoli for lunch weekly for a year. It is delicious, of great value and it is a nice experience every time. What I especially appreciate is the devotion the owners have for their restaurant and their kindness. They really care and it shows.