FAQs about Indian Chefs
Who are the top Indian chefs?
Several Indian chefs are counted among the best culinary experts in the world. Be it innovating to stay relevant at a time when the industry was dealt one of its most serious blows, paying homage to our culinary repertoire or reshaping the way we look at sustainability, these Indian chefs have done it all. Some of the very famous Indian chefs are Vineet Bhatia, Sanjeev Kapoor, Ranveer Brar, Vikas Khanna, Gaggan Anand and Shipra Khanna.
What is a Michelin star?
Michelin stars are conferred once ‘anonymous’ diners visit the establishment to assess chefs and restaurants based on several parameters, including quality of food, consistency between other visitors, the expertise of chefs and hospitality. Considered the pinnacle in the culinary world, getting a Michelin star is the goal of any restaurant. Several Indian chefs have won Michelin stars for their restaurants.
How many Indian chefs have earned the Michelin star?
There are seven Indian Michelin star chefs, who achieved the award. These Indian chefs are - Vineet Bhatia, Alfred Prasad, Atul Kochhar, Karunesh Khanna, Sriram Aylur, Vikas Khanna and Manjunath Mural.
Who is richest chef in India?
According to Forbes, with a net worth of $50 Million, Vikram Vij is the richest Indian chef. This Indian-born Canadian chef co-owns the famous restaurant, Rangoli in Vancouver, British Columbia, and My Shanti, in South Surrey. The Indian chef was one of the recipients of the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards presented by Canadian Immigrant Magazine.
Who are the best female chefs in India?
There are several ladies whose unique spin on desi khana is making the world sit up and take notice from London to Bangkok and Nashville. Some of the most famous female Indian chefs are Garima Arora, Maneet Chauhan, Asma Khan, Ravinder Bhogal and Dipna Anand.