All the desis in the house, time to revel!
Garima Arora, the first Indian woman to receive a Michelin star, has now went on to become Asia's best female chef for the year 2019, according to World's Best 50 Restaurants.
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Congratulations to chef Garima Arora of Gaa in Bangkok who has been awarded the title of elit Vodka Asia’s Best Female Chef 2019! Follow the link in our bio to learn more about the Mumbai-born cook as she talks about the importance of changing the global mind-set around Indian cuisine. #Asias50Best @arorgarima @restaurant_gaa @elit_Vodka #IgnitingPassion
In 2017, this Mumbai-based chef started her three-storey restaurant, Gaa, in Bangkok.
In November, last year, Gaa was given an award at 2019 Michelin Guide for Thailand, making Garima the first Indian woman to receive a Michelin star.
Now, within 4 months, this 32-year-old has been given another award - the Best Female Chef of Asia, 2019.
Garima passed out from Mumbai's Jai Hind College and then worked as a pharma journalist, before she left for Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. She then worked at popular restaurants, before opening Gaa and also worked along with Gordon Ramsey and Rene Redzepi.
Garima aims to change the global mindset about Indian cuisine.
Indian food could be the future of modern cuisine. But then again it's upto us Indian cooks to do justice to that.
Revolutionising Indian food, one dish at a time and cooking her way through hearts and awards alike.