this looks like a great documentary picture to me. Space has its limitations and you had a slight 2mm space to go wider and utilise the full width of your lens; which is something you could do.
Anyway, the shot is taken and that's the end of this issue. What I particularly like in the existing frame is the directional light and the colours brought to life by the light. This directional light helps the viewer to discover the items dispersed around the lady in the room.
The room itself, the kitchen, is an important space of the house, where the family members gather, discuss and eat. Here you have captured well this expectation of arrival of the other family members and the silence of the lady comes in contrast with what will follow later. The interaction between the family members and the food. Note that despite the food is a part of your picture it remains hidden, the fire is completely put down, the steam from the hot food waiting in the pots does not appear. These are elements which would make this picture exceptional rather than great. I suspect that 200 is the lowest ISO your Nikon has, therefore the chance to record this steam coming off the pots would come by delaying (increasing) the exposure time, which would happen by a choice of an even closed down aperture value, such as f/11 or f/16. I have not checked your profile to see if you could communicate with the lady using the same language, it is useful to know so you can ask or direct people. A bit of hand gestures can help too, but is not always guaranteed that they would be interpreted in the way you want them to be interpreted. Once I remember in Asia being guest at a house I moved four of my right hand fingers in a way a paper fan moves, to denote that the place was hot and to my surprise they kindly brought me food, thinking my gesture means ''I am hungry''