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  • By Rupali Lamba, Little Black Book, August 6, 2012 Meeting Chef Manish Mehrotra had me nervous and excited. For starters, this was the first time I was interviewing someone. But also, the someone was a person I happened to be a big fan of! I had watched him win Chef of the year at the […]

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  • Changing context of Indian diner: Dishing out some national culinary integration

    30th July, The Economic Times Cuisine is obviously an evolving phenomenon; if it wasn’t, we would still have the rudimentary diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. That we reached molecular gastronomy – which takes almost ghoulish delight in duping the senses – and clawed our way back to ‘real’ food, shows the culinary world’s state of […]

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  • Mirchi at the Table

    Shantanu David, July 20, Expressindia.com Last year, when Mumbai-born chef Floyd Cardoz, who specialises in India-inspired food, won Bravo’s Top Chef, it was a harbinger of things to come. This year has been internationally hailed by food magazines as the year when Indian food comes to the forefront of global dining. From haute new fine-dining restaurants […]

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  • Interview with Chef Manish Mehrotra, Executive chef – Pan Asian Cuisine, 06-2012.

    Inducia Good Food To Enhance Life, 30th June An exclusive interview with Chef Manish Mehrotra, Executive Chef – Pan Asian Cuisine for Old World Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. Chef Mehrotra also heads the kitchens of Indian Accent (New Delhi), and Oriental Octopus (New Delhi, Noida & Lavasa). Apart from winning several awards like Vir Sanghvi Awards […]

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  • Flowers in the kitchen

    A dash of the floral is the new trend as chefs across the globe try out new dishes with flowers plucked from their gardens Anoothi Vishal, Economic Times magazine, July 8-14, 2012 The Romans used them in their cooking, as did the Incas. The Japanese have a well established tradition of cooking with them and […]

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  • GLOBAL DESI

    Familiar yet unfamiliar, that is how one would describe the summer menu at Indian Accent Millennium Post (June 13, 2012) EVOLUTION is a continuous process. It starts with the marriage of different traditions. One such marriage has been happening very quietly at a quaint little fine dining restaurant in Friends Colony. For quite a few […]

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  • Indian Accent, Upper Crust Magazine (2nd Quarter, 2012)

    Small and tucked away in a leafy enclave of South Delhi, it helps that there is no pressure to fill up tables or to play to the gallery. The menu changes every season and if change is the only constant, the other is the wow factor. Ot helps that there is no hype or bombast […]

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  • The chef with the Indian Accent

    Rushina Munshaw Ghildlyal, Hindustan Times, April 15, 2012 At Indian Accent, churan-flavoured popsicles are served in toy pressure-cookers, chutneys are flavoured with aam papad and deserts topped with phantom cigarettes. If the sound of this makes you feel like a child in candyland, that’s the idea. ” I draw from all over to trigger memories,” […]

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  • Rude Food Master of the Modern Indian Kitchen

    Vir Sanghvi, Hindustan Times March 31, 2012 Now that Foodistan is finally over, I can talk about the show. During its 26-week run, I did my best to avoid saying anything about it even though it was the one thing that most foodies asked me about, both in person and on my website. One of […]

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  • Manish Mehrotra wins `Foodistan`

    Zeenews.com, 22nd March 2012 New Delhi: Delhi-based chef Manish Mehrotra, known for fusion cuisine, was declared the winner of food reality show `Foodistan`. Mehrotra beat Pakistan`s chef Poppy (Amina Agha) to walk away with the winner`s trophy along with a contract to write a cookery book and a visit to three cities. “I`ll be writing […]

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