Exclusive: Meeting a Chef from Asia’s Best Restaurant – Gaggan, Bangkok
AdvertisementGaggan is Asia’s
Business Insider met with the 27-year-old Indian Express journalist-turned-Le Cordon Bleu chef Garima Arora who’s going to be heading Gaggan’s Mumbai outlet and is “beyond excited” for the job and being back in her city.
In between giving excited youngsters advice on what course to study to become a chef and listening to their queries,
What’s your favorite dish?
That’s very difficult. It changes. These days it’s Thai.
How can Indians do better as Chefs?
We have to stop aping the top restaurants in the world. We’ve got to stop doing things like everybody else does. We’ve got to figure out a way that works best for us.
It’s all about going back to our roots, and understanding where we come from. That where the answer lies.
Image credit: Cheryltiu
Popular on BI
- We asked ChatGPT who the greatest athlete of all time is and it did not go well for LeBron James
- A man kept the same pair of contact lenses in for 3 years, causing permanent astigmatism and buildup behind his eyelids. His doctor said he's not responsible enough to wear contacts.
- Clarence Thomas wrote a scathing, nearly 50-page dissent about why the Supreme Court should have gutted voting rights
- Heatwave grips India - Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand to record highest temperature
- Apple Arcade looks Stronger Than Ever - New & Exciting Games Announced
- What is the best date to set for your SIPs – Beginning, end, or middle of the month?
- Asus ROG Flow Z13 review – a premium gaming tablet
- Must do activities on your visit to Mahabaleshwar