After a successful career on the field, ace cricketer Suresh Raina is now beginning his 'second innings'. We have often seen him cooking up some delicious food in his kitchen, much to the delight of his Instagram fan, followers and foodies. And now, Suresh Raina has inaugurated his very first restaurant in Amsterdam and taken his passion for food to the next level. Called 'Raina Indian Restaurant', the batsman is quite excited for his new venture. He took to social media to share the news with his followers. Take a look at the post he shared:
Suresh Raina wrote that he wants to bring the most authentic and genuine flavours from different parts of India to Europe. He himself is an avid cook and wants to translate his passion for food into his new venture. "From the rich spices of North India to the aromatic curries of South India, Raina Indian Restaurant is a tribute to the diverse and vibrant culinary tapestry of my beloved country," wrote the cricketer. "What sets Raina apart is not just the food, but the unwavering commitment to quality, creativity, and utmost delight in every dish we serve. We take immense pride in showcasing the depth and variety of Indian cuisine, prepared with love, precision, and a dash of my personal touch," he added.
Internet users poured in their reactions on Suresh Raina's new venture. Legendary bowler Harbhajan Singh wrote, "Congratulations brother. I am coming to eat there." "Well, so happy for you Raina bhai, wish you all the very best and congratulations," said one user. "While a lot of cricketers own a restaurant, this is quite interesting knowing his interest in cooking.
Suresh Raina is not the only celebrity to own an Indian restaurant abroad. With his latest opening, he joins the likes of Priyanka Chopra and Asha Bhosle who already own restaurants in New York and Birmingham respectively. Meanwhile, ace cricketer and former Indian captain Virat Kohli too has his chain of restaurants in India.
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