New Indian Restaurant Opens in Mercer County, NJ

I always love it when we can bring you a new restaurant opening because it's great to have a new taste and atmosphere to dine out. It's even better when that new restaurant has a unique taste or style and this new addition in Hamilton has just that. This particular restaurant is "Indian" and I love this type of cooking so I may head to Mercer County very soon. Last time I went to Hamilton it was when we visited Grounds For Sculpture, so maybe next time we check out "GFS" we will also check out Rani a new taste in Hamilton.


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According to, "Hamilton Township is now home to a new culinary gem, Rani Indian Restaurant, Lounge & Bar.  Guests are invited to immerse themselves in a dining experience where the ambiance mirrors the grandeur of Indian palaces, and each bite tells the tale of centuries-old recipes passed down through noble generations."



Rani is located in the Foxmoor Shopping Centre, Rani promises a dining journey like none other. From the vibrant spices of the North to the coastal delicacies of the South, Rani's menu celebrates the breadth and depth of Indian culinary traditions.

One of my favorite Indian dishes is Naan, which is a flatbread that's baked or fried and served plain or with butter, garlic, etc. It's great for dipping! If you have never tried Indian it is delicious and you will wanna try! Maybe Rani will be your choice in Hamilton, I'm definitely checking it out.


Rani Indian Restaurant


Photo: Front Row from Left to Right - Arpit Patel, Diti Patel, Prathik Patel, Chef Nishant Choubey, Owner Kinari Pachani, Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin, Amol Mankar, Sanetra Ferreira, Owner Valen Nunes


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