CHEF MANU CHANDRA
Manu Chandra's advice for restaurants: It's imperative to be on social media
The chef and restauranteur says social media presence in no longer optional.
On chef Manu Chandra's bucket list: A trip to Russia, rural China
Chandra shares experiences that shaped his life as a traveller.
ET Global Business Summit: Smriti Irani, Ritu Kumar, Ananya Birla bat for women’s economic empowerment
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Spicing up the business of food: Bengaluru's master mentors are raising an army of professional chefs
Varun Pereira, 37, executive chef at Sly Granny, was once a part-time dishwasher in the US.
Chef Manu Chandra is all praises for local produce
One region that stands out in particular for him is Nagaland.
Fruit or chicken? Bengaluru top chefs master the art of deception
Creating deceptive dishes take up to a couple of days or weeks, depending on the complexity of the idea and ingredients.
A slew of unique pop-ups selling art, photography, pottery and fashion is taking over Bengaluru
Many boutique restaurants and cafés in Bengaluru are going beyond food pop-ups and making space for vendors.
Bengaluru is all-encompassing and egalitarian: Chef Manu Chandra
A candid chat with the star chef about what makes Bengaluru a favourite city.
Bengalureans are willing to embrace new cultures: Toast & Tonic's Chef Makwana
Chirag Makwana left home to study the culinary arts in Canada when he was 18. After living there for nearly 6 years, he decided to return to India to explore the evolving food scene here.
Jet, set, chef: From Paris to Sri Lanka, chef Pooja Dhingra has been on the move
Dhingra had a busy few weeks post her Parisian sojourn, jetting off to SL immediately after to attend the wedding of her friend Kelvin.
Whose table to dine at? Here are India's top 10 chefs
To make the process more interesting, we asked 7 chefs and restaurateurs for their 2 or 3 nominations for the best chef.
Winter is here! Bengaluru restaurants are offering wholesome bowl-meals which will satisfy your soul
The bowl-meals are full of flavour, nutrition and serve as quick and easy-to-eat meals for those on-the-go.
Indian-origin celebrity chef sacked over anti-Islam tweet in Dubai
Kochhar, 48, the second Indian to receive a Michelin star, is well known for his Rang Mahal restaurant at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai.
Orange lolly or kala khatta? Bengaluru bars are ready for summer with unique margaritas
Offbeat flavours like home-made aam panna, kokum and tamarind are finding takers in the IT city.
Kamala Mills fire takes a toll on resto bars' business
Footfalls in the restaurant are down by more than 50% since operations resumed and getting back lost business and changing perceptions of diners will take time.
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