When Alfred Prasad stepped in London in the late 90s, he felt the absence of authentic Indian food in UK’s culinary circuit. The chef made it his mission to revolutionise Indian food in the UK and introduce the Britishers to Indian cuisine like no one else had. This passion led to him becoming the youngest Indian chef to win a Michelin star.

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Meet chef Alfred Prasad, the pioneer of Indian food revolution in the UK