Category: 2013

Posh Goes The Burger

With the best cuts of meat, exotic cheeses and the freshet of greens, the humble burger gets bragging rights. Antoine Lewis digs into the culinary world’s latest fixation Published Vogue India Dec 2013 Advertisements


I Love The Honesty Of Indian Food: An interview with Gary Mehigan

Masterchef’s chubby chef Gary talks judging, eating, being nice, and living it up in his hometown EVERYBODY LOVES Gary. One of three permanent judges on Masterchef Australia and Junior Masterchef, the chubby chef has endeared himself to viewers across India with his happy laugh, tactfully worded advice and gentle encouragement to struggling contestants. He reminds us of that kindly uncle we all […]

Chef Dining Room Gaggan, Bangkok

Taking the Tikka Apart: Gaggan Anand and Molecular Indian Gastronomy

From deconstructing the chicken tikka masala to creating samosa-inspired potato mousse, Bangkok’s top chef Gaggan Anand has made Indian food modern and molecular The meal starts on a dramatic note with a glass of his signature cocktail mango mania coming to the table enveloped in a cloud of mist. Thailand’s lovely Mahachanok mangoes are […]


Make way for Nigeria

At first glance, Green Onion in Marine Lines is just like any neighbourhood restaurant. It’s a regular, family-friendly place, which apart from a couple of African customers, is normally filled with locals and those who work close by. You wouldn’t suspect that, along with the regular Indian-Chinese, they […]


Mumbai’s Extreme Restaurants

Mumbai’s restaurants serve up some pretty interesting extremes. Sample some of these unusual distinctions The area with the most Indian cuisines Jawaharlal Nehru would be proud of Fort. Its restaurants serve 19 different Indian cuisines – the best example of gastronomic national integration in Mumbai. Results from show […]