Michelin starred chef and restaurateur Rohit Ghai is hailed as one of the UK’s most creative and accomplished Indian chefs.
Rohit Ghai’s recently opened restaurant Kutir, meaning ‘a small cottage’ in Sanskrit, has received almost instant acclaim.
Within just weeks of opening, Kutir, which is based in an elegant Chelsea townhouse, was declared: ‘Sensational’ by the Financial Times. “A new gem,” hailed British GQ, while The Daily Telegraph described it as “Grown-up glamour.”
Serving dishes such as Truffle Khichadi and 24-hour Lamb Roganjosh with Offal Samosa, Rohit Ghai’s dishes are modern; yet remain authentic to his home country, India.
His revolutionary, precise and beautifully presented cooking has received praise from the media and food critics alike.
Rohit Ghai has spent a decade at the helm of Michelin-starred Indian kitchens. Having honed his craft at some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in India – including The Oberoi Group and The Taj Hotels’.
He began his international career working with Michelin-starred restaurant Benares in London in 2008. The in-demand chef then moved on to lead several other Michelin-starred kitchens, including multi-award winning Trishna and Gymkhana. He also launched Jamavar in 2016, where he became the fastest Indian chef to win a Michelin star - being awarded the accolade within ten months of the restaurant’s opening. He then opened Bombay Bustle, to critical acclaim.
Rohit Ghai’s innovative and refined cooking has won him praise from celebrities, dignitaries and some of the nation’s most discerning food critics.
He is also a regular on television – he has appeared on shows such as BBC MasterChef and Zee TV. He has more primetime appearances lined up for this year.
Rohit Ghai is also working on his first cookbook, which will hit stores in late 2019.