Palash Mitra
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Palash Mitra

Michelin starred chef with flair for Indian cuisine

Average: 5.00/5

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About the Chef

Palash was always exposed to various cuisines and styles of cooking due to his upbringing by parents who loved travelling. After his professional cookery training at the Swiss School of Hotel Management, he started cooking professionally from the age of 19 at one of the best hotels in India and indeed the world, The Ober...... Palash was always exposed to various cuisines and styles of cooking due to his upbringing by parents who loved travelling. After his professional cookery training at the Swiss School of Hotel Management, he started cooking professionally from the age of 19 at one of the best hotels in India and indeed the world, The Oberoi Raj Vilas. He kept cooking and learning his way up including world famous hotels like the Taj and renowned Indian kitchens like Bukhara and Dum Pukht. Palash has been cooking in London since 2006 at upmarket renowned establishments including the Cinnamon Club. During his period there he had the fantastic opportunities of working alongside chefs like Simon Rogen, Nigel Haworth, Vineet Bhatia and Alfred Prasad. His tenure as the head chef of the super-deluxe Rosewood London from 2013-2016 also enhanced his multi-faceted cooking repertoire where he proudly worked alongside internationally reputed chefs like Bjorn Vander Horst, Amandine Chaignot and Christopher Hache. In his present role as head chef of the Michelin-starred Gymkhana of Mayfair he continues to further explore and forward the intricacies of Indian cuisine Palash combines traditional Indian recipes with modern Western techniques to create unique dishes that will leave a lasting effect on your memory. He practices a more holistic style with emphasis on nose-to-tail eating using simple and easy to source local products. Read all Hide

Location

Croydon, United Kingdom +30 km

Spoken Languages

Eesti, English

Cuisines

Vegan, Michelin star, Ayurveda, Gastronomic, Family, Indian

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