In spring 1989 Karan and Candy met in the restaurant while working, Karan hails from India while Candy brings her El Salvadorian sensibilities to Aro.
After running and owning several Radhika restaurants in San Gabriel valley since 1995 Karan and Candy boldly stepped into Latin arena to bring savory flavors to southland in 2014.
Together they traveled to Mexico, South and Central America to explore their mutual curiosity and love for Latin food.
Karan put together a stellar team comprising of himself (master Indian chef) his wife Candy who is an RN by profession and baker by heart as pastry chef, Rocio Camacho (Mole de la Tia fame) and Conrad Aguilar (street and border grill sou chef) together have created a mouthwatering and innovative menu of Latin delicacies.
To compliment the Latin dishes, Karan has brought in master mixologist Sunny Hanna who created the bar program keeping Latin flavors in mind. At their exclusive tequila and wine bar you will be able to pair your meal with just the right libation.
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