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Celebrity Chef Ranveer Brar Presented Indian Culinary Magic in Sydney

October 3, 2017 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

On the occasion of World Tourism Day, India tourism Sydney with Indian Link Media Group organised an evening with one of the India’s leading celebrity chefs, Ranveer Brar, and showcased Indian Culinary diversity to Australian Travel trade and media

With a select gathering of 35 journalists, Travel trade people   and food bloggers literally eating out of his hands-on 27 September as he rustled up a variety of dishes during the event at Indian restaurant Manjit’s At The Wharf.

Ms Kanchan Kukreja, Head of India tourism Sydney office   said that this event is an effort to showcase India’s off the beaten track/ India tours to Australia. India is a diverse country with 73% Himalayas, more than 3500 monuments, 36 world heritage sites in India recognised by UNESCO, Art and Culture, festival and traditions, one can see diversity in Indian Cuisines too.

Ranveer Brar  also had a lively interaction with Indian Link’s Rajni Anand Luthra where he talked about his passion for cooking, his influences and his take on Indian as well as modern cuisine.

Ranveer, along with chef Varun Gujral of Manjit’s At The Wharf, demonstrated several traditional as well as contemporary dishes.

Indian Link CEO Pawan Luthra and India Tourism Sydney office Assistant Director Kanchan Kukreja also addressed the guests, talking about how Ranveer was a great ambassador for India’s culinary diversity as well as its buzzing culinary scene.

The youthful Ranveer is a new-age chef, restaurateur, popular TV host, former judge of Master chef India, writer, and one of India’s leading social media personalities with a massive fan following.

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