Posts in the "Restaurant" Category

  • India Shining

    At a meeting with Gaggan Anand late last year, the Indian-born, Thailand-based chef predicted rather nonchalantly that his Bangkok restaurant would be the best in Asia. Give the man a stuffed animal; he was right. At the S. Pellegrino’s Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants ceremony held in Singapore this Monday (the world’s definitive guide to the […]

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  • Adventurous modernity from a bright star in India’s culinary firmament

    This luxurious but ultra-contemporary restaurant, set within New Delhi’s upscale The Manor hotel, offers arguably the most creative cooking on the sub-continent. Trained at Mumbai’s prestigious Institute of Hotel Management, charming chef-patron Manish Mehrotra is increasingly acknowledged as a pioneer both at home and on a global scale. His cooking is an eclectic marriage of […]

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  • Indian Accent rated as No.1 in India and No.3 in Asia by the 2014 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Restaurants Awards

    NEW DELHI, INDIA – 24th October, 2014 – Indian Accent is rated as the No. 1 restaurant in India and No. 3 in Asia by the ‘2014 TripAdvisor Travellers’ ChoiceTM Restaurants’ awards. The awards honour travellers’ favourite fine dining establishments worldwide. Travellers’ ChoiceTM awards honour top travel spots worldwide based on the millions of valuable reviews […]

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  • Indian Accent is India’s No. 1 in Tripadvisor Travellers Choice Awards 2014

    By Sourish Bhattacharyya INDIAN ACCENT must be getting tired of awards and accolades, but it can’t ignore this one. Tripadvisor, which, I believe, has the most credible and manipulation-resistant algorithm for assessing user-generated reviews, has named it India’s No. 1 restaurant based on reviews and ratings given to it by consumers from around the world. The […]

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  • Pack The Best Of Delhi In One Day – Forbes

    “It’s not a perfect day without dinner at the shrine to modern-Indian cooking, Indian Accent at the Manor.” – Vandana Verma picks out Indian Accent as one of her recommendations as part of the ‘Best of Delhi in One Day’ for Forbes. Delhi isn’t a city as much as a sprawling cacophony of voices, footpaths, and […]

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  • Sweet Treats at Indian Accent

    by Tanya Gupta for Burrp on March 28, 2014 Tanya Gupta explores the dessert menu at the contemporary Indian restaurant everyone is talking about- Indian Accent. In conversation with Chef Manish Mehrotra, it’s easy to see the ideology behind his cooking. He strongly believes in the association of food with memories and attempt to take […]

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  • INDIAN ACCENT AMONGST ASIA’S 50 BEST RESTAURANTS 2014

    INDIAN ACCENT, NEW DELHI IS AMONGST THE TOP 2 RESTAURANTS IN INDIA AT ASIA’S 50 BEST RESTAURANTS 2014 Singapore: Indian Accent, New Delhi has been voted amongst Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014, (sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna) for the second consecutive year. The awards were announced at Capella Hotel, Sentosa Island, Singapore yesterday evening […]

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  • HIS MASTER’S APPRENTICE

    HIS MASTER’S APPRENTICE, Pioneer The newly introduced Culinary Demos by chef Manish  Mehrotra at the Indian Accent are an introduction to innovative Indian cooking. Navneet Mendiratta spends a day in the kitchen He works magic with his ingredients — combines the most unthinkable, tosses them effortlessly and presents in a style which is no less than work of […]

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  • Indian diners bolder now, but still love home-style cooking : Manish Mehrotra

    The Times of India, 25th December 2013 Chef Manish Mehrotra is acclaimed for fusion-based modern Indian cuisine, filling kebabs with foie gras, making vadas with ricotta cheese and introducing mishti doi to cannoli. Speaking with Srijana Mitra Das, Mehrotra discussed what shapes his cooking, how Indian diners’ tastes have evolved — and what makes him […]

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  • Chef Samuli Wirgentius and Chef Manish Mehrotra come together in the first VEEN Connect

    VEEN Waters present VEEN Connect Chef Samuli Wirgentius and Chef Manish Mehrotra come together in the first VEEN Connect. Michelin-starred Postres’ Chef Samuli Wirgentus cooks at Indian Accent, New Delhi Indian Accent’s Chef Manish Mehrotra cooks at Postres, Helsinki 6 course menu with signature dishes of both the chefs An exclusive by Veen Waters, first […]

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