Ms. Hidilyn Francisco Diaz, the first Filipino Olympic Gold Medalist, visited Ranee House of Curry!!!
Hidilyn ordered some of the house's favorites; Cheese Samosa, Buttered Chicken Masala, Beef Curry Masala, Beef Biryani, and strawberry lassi.
Ranee House of Curry is a homegrown Indian restaurant. Most of their ingredients are locally procured to guarantee freshness; such as their meats and veggies. The head chef and his partners themselves alternately buy most of it from the local market at the heart of the city, 3-4 times a week. But to guarantee the delicate taste of Indian cuisine, their spices and other key ingredients are procured by a middle man from India and they buy it to him/her.
Aside from their food and picturesque ambiance, they are also becoming well-known for their superb customer service. They have wifi and sockets that could be used by customers who would like to work there and tho they only have a few street parking, the owners would definitely help you with it, just ask for their assistance.
The staff of this local resto is a mixture of Baguio locals, Palaweños, Ilocanos, Kapampangans, and Tagalogs. Most of them have worked together for around five years which made their service smooth.