Bitesize: Spicing up Dundrum

In recent years, Londoners have been shown that Indian food means much more than a takeaway curry or a fiery vindaloo, mainly thanks to chefs like Atul Kochhar, who was the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star.

29th March, 2008

In recent years, Londoners have been shown that Indian food means much more than a takeaway curry or a fiery vindaloo, mainly thanks to chefs like Atul Kochhar, who was the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star.

Now, Kochhar’s cooking style is coming to Dublin with the opening of Ananda, his new restaurant in the Dundrum Town Centre, which he is launching with the owner of the Jaipur restaurant chain, Ahseesh Dewan....

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