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Innovative recipes by Chef Kunal Ghose

Darpan News Desk, 31 Oct, 2018
  • Innovative recipes by Chef Kunal Ghose

Being half Indian and a mess of other ethnicities, Chef Ghose’s culinary angle is to modernize Indian cuisine.

 
 
 
Kunal Ghose is a chef/restaurateur based in Victoria and owner of Fishhook, Fishhook at Mermaid Wharf, and Dobosala Cantina and Ride-Thru. His restaurants focus on local, sustainable seafood and produce. Being half Indian and a mess of other ethnicities, Chef Ghose’s culinary angle is to modernize Indian cuisine. At Fishhook, there is a focus on pescatarian Indo-French dishes. Dobosala Cantina has an Indo-Pacific approach utilizing flavours, dishes and techniques from all over the Pacific with tiny injections of Indian influence. Find more details at fishhookvic.com and dobosala.com.
 
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Photos: Russell Clark

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