New Indian Kitchen

Book - 2009
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'Better to judge Bhatia's cooking against that of Gordon Ramsay and Tom Aikens than against that of conventional Indian restaurantsBy the standards of those masters, he must be seen to be at least their equal.' Matthew Fort, The GuardianVineet Bhatia's New Indian Kitchen is an extraordinary culinary tour de force by the world's most celebrated Indian chefThe first Indian chef to be awarded a Michelin Star, Vineet Bhatia has been cooking his ravishing, modern take on Indian food to appreciative guests from all over the world from his elegant townhouse restaurant off London's Kings Road since 2004.Over 150 of his most celebrated recipes are featured in this, his first book, accompanied by sumptuous photography from Lisa BarberWith a beguiling mixture of modernity and classicism, Bhatia introduces elements of molecular gastronomy as well as Western influences, creating a style that sees him appear on platforms all around the world with the likes of inspirational fellow chefs Ferran Adria from El Bulli and Heston Blumenthal from the Fat DuckNew Indian Kitchen is a giant step forward for Indian cookery books and a long-awaited publishing event.

Publisher: Bath : Absolute Press, c2009.
ISBN: 9781906650193
Call Number: 641.5954 BHATIA
Characteristics: 272 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Subjects: Cooking.
Cooking, Indic.
Additional Contributors: Barber, Lisa
Alternative Title: New Indian kitchen


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Feb 24, 2011

haven't yet tried any of the recipes but it all looks pretty fussy.


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