Company: Indigo Restaurant
Country: United Arab Emirates
Vineet Bhatia began his culinary career by training at the famous Oberoi hotel in Mumbai before emigrating to the UK where he became the first chef to win a coveted Michelin star for an Indian restaurant in 2001. In the last ten years Mumbai-born Bhatia hasn’t stopped. In addition to gaining his second Michelin star for his restaurant in Switzerland, Bhatia owns a string of restaurants across the world. He is the consultant chef at Dubai’s Indigo restaurant at the Grosvenor House and has opened Indian restaurants in Saudi Arabia, Doha and Libya. “I want to showcase Indian food in the right manner,” he told The Times in a recent interview. He’s certainly doing that.