Michelin-star chef Gaggan Anand to cook in Delhi:
25 course meal For
Rs 50,000 per head

Acclaimed Bangkok chef Gaggan Anand in Delhi

Michelin-star chef and popular restaurateur Gaggan Anand will soon be doing a 20-day India residency at Hyatt Regency in Delhi

Chef Gaggan Anand's India residency

The 20-day-long special residency will run from February 18, 2023 to March 14, 2023 and will cater to about 30 guests every night in two shifts

Gaggan Anand's menu
in India

The popular restaurateur will be curating an exclusive 25-course menu for his guests

'Bangkok restaurant
to remain shut'

The chef has revealed that his restaurant in Bangkok will remain shut for the 20 days and the entire staff will come to India to replicate the experience of the restaurant right here in Delhi

'Flying to India after
12 years'

Gaggan Anand, whose restaurant Gaggan was 5th on the list of the World’s 50 best restaurants in 2018, is flying to India after 12 years for the said event

How can you get a

- Venue: Ring Rd, Bhikaji Cama Place, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi
- Timing: The three slots will be 7:30 pm, 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm.
- Contact: +91 8447613424 for reserving a table

Gaggan Anand's visit:
What to expect?

While the exact dishes on the menu have not been revealed, Business Today has been told that Gaggan Anand and his team will use only local and seasonal ingredients

I will use bhetki:
Gaggan Anand

'I will not use salmon and truffles. My soul is Bengali and I am biased to Bengali fish. I will use bhetki,' said Gaggan Anand referring to a saltwater fish

The effort is monumental:
Gaggan Anand

There’s a chana masala I serve which is in a paper-like glass and it takes four chefs to make it. You will eat it in one second but the effort is monumental, the acclaimed chef told Business Today

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