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Food is sacred but being able to cook is worship, says Niyati, who is one of the few young chefs shortlisted for a Himalaya-Japan contest, but that’s not all.

13th Oct 2019
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If you are a fan of Japanese food, you would enjoy a bowl of kani tacos, followed by white fish carpaccio, rock shrimp tempura, or a Teppanyaki sea bass as an entrée. These may be the top dishes on the menu, but don’t stop there, says Chef Niyati Rao, who was one of the first female chefs appointed at a famous Japanese restaurant in Mumbai.


Food is sacred but being able to cook is worship, says Niyati, who is one of the few young chefs shortlisted for a Himalaya-Japan contest, but that’s not all. She is now headed to Copenhagen to help curate the menu and consult at the world-famous NOMA. 


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