Table Stories, a brand new pop-up restaurant concept with a seating of up to 30 guests took off with a spectacular long table launch at the Roseate, Samalkha, New Delhi. Hosted twice a month, these weeklong pop-ups will be have on offer delectable creations from a top-level chef, personalised, intimate service and a shared experience from one table to the next. With discerning diners preferring chef interactions at restaurants, Table Stories is a innovative experience for diners to be able to enjoy meaningful interactions with world-renowned chefs who will tell food stories with their gastronomic creations as well as by verbal recounting of the stories that accompany these foods. The concept is a must try for anyone with a love of food and a desire to know more about the wonderful food of food and cooking. Here is the lowdown on the four chefs who served up a spectacular dining experience at the launch party last week at The Roseate.
Amninder attributes her success in a fairly male-dominated industry to her genuine love for food. In a career spanning 15 years, Chef Amninder Sandhu has received a National Award for the Best Lady Chef, and come to be known as the ambassador of Indian cuisine. Chef Amninder Sandhu credits herself with being one of the ﬁrst chefs in the country to work in a totally gas-free set-up where she recreates traditional, elaborate recipes. Each dish on the menu is rooted in the ancient techniques of cooking made using a charcoal-powered hearth.
All of 30, chef Himanshu Saini is a trailblazer. After working with legendary chef Manish Mehrotra for 5 years, he launched Masala Library in Mumbai (2013) and Farzi Cafe (2014) in Delhi for Massive Group.Currently the head chef at Tresind in Dubai, a restaurant serving modern Indian food, Saini started the trend of serving food in eye-catching yet relevant props. Since then, he’s made a name for himself in Dubai by cooking up food that’s bold, inventive, and playfully Indian. Saini has also opened his restaurant “Tresind” in Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Mumbai.
Having served the world with his delicious regional Indian delicacies, Chef Kunal Kapur is revered by every food connoisseur. An all-in-one Indian celebrity chef, restaurateur, and media personality, Kunal Kapur has helped all of us get a taste of his cooking secrets through his cookbooks.Kunal also opened a restaurant, Diya, which has achieved the Best Restaurant Award. In January 2008, he was rated as one of the Best Indian Chefs in Delhi by India Today and was also titled as “the next big guy in kebabs and curries in India
Nadodi, popularly known as the ﬂavourful disruptors of South Indian cuisine globally, is nestled in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, in the shadows of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. It is possibly the only restaurant in the world that could claim to be the spiritual successor to Bangkok’s iconic Gaggan, with critics already terming it to be the world’s next great Indian restaurant.The cuisine is described as engaging and nomadic, namely because it’s inspired by journeys across Tamil Nadu to Kerala and all the way to Sri Lanka. The chefs at Nadodi helmed by Chef Sricharan Venkatesh are re-inventing South Indian food in a new modern light.
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