I can't tell if the McDonalds thing is a random ad, or if you're going to be offering McTandoor. :-) That's not just a bit of humor. The reds in that image would be quite useful and necessary if it's a permanent part of the page, because the image is almost entirely red: only the black eyebrow and eye outlines, parts of the "skin" (orange) and the yellow arch are not firmly in the reds. You could build your entire color scheme with the eyedropper tool from that one image.
Keep your red motive color where it is, but darken and desaturate it a little (#bf1e1e would probably be enough) so it's not such a distraction. Right now it's by far the brightest of all the color elements on the page, so the eye stops dead at the site name. Make that red a little darker, precisely left-align the B of "Bakasura", the E of "Eat" and the I of "I Would..." and you will compel the eye down, into and across your top row of images.
Where you have black and gray now, use unsaturated reds (no more than 4 different colors plus a neutral gray or two). Oranges would also work -- you could eyedropper food colors from your popular images. Keep that top image row dark, because the contrast is effective and maintains a good eye trail. The #cccccc gray in the bottom left works well, as does the gray nav text. They will prevent your red mono or red/orange analogous scheme from becoming too sickly sweet.
Read up on monochromatic and analogous color harmonies for more information, and if your McDonalds ad IS a permanent part of the page, take off your saturated and unsaturated reds and/or oranges directly from that image.