Tag: molecular gastronomy

The East rises in South Mumbai

Three new pan-Asian restaurants opened in Colaba in the last two months About four years ago I wrote about how Colaba, and the areas around Kala Ghoda, were once again becoming a dining destination. Since then, the number of restaurants opening has been increasing at a steady pace. Till […]

A unusual dinner at Tian, Delhi

I’d been looking forward to having a meal at Tian: Asian Cuisine Studio, at the ITC Maurya, New Delhi. Headed by chef Vikramjit Roy, its eclectic menu and its extensive use of molecular gastronomy techniques have made it the most talked-about Asian restaurant in the country. Last month, […]

Indian Cuisine goes Haute

Antoine Lewis discovers the many joys of fine dining with a ‘Modern Indian’ palate Indian food has not changed much over the last hundred years. The two great changes of the last century have been the spread of Indian-style international cuisines like Indian-Chinese, Indian-Italian and well, Gujarati-Mexican and […]

Mango Mania Gaggan, Bangkok

Dramatic Dinners at Gaggan

Last night, Gaggan was awarded the No 3 spot on the 50 Best Restaurants in Asia list. Here’s a  photo montage of two fantastic meals  that I had at the restaurant last year. You can read more about Gaggan in this article I did for GQ and in this piece […]