Vedant Newatia to sway Indian fine dining in Michelin star style

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New Delhi (India), August 2: Vedant Newatia, a culinary maestro with an extraordinary vision for the fine dining experience in India, is ready to set foot in the market, starting from the cleanest city, Indore. He wants to make a profound impact on the Indian food industry with his extensive training from across the world and years of experience. By breaking all kinds of barriers in the industry, he is on a mission to bring a fresh, inclusive, and inspiring approach to the domain of cooking. 

A master in his field, Vedant is the first chef in Indore to have trained in a prestigious 3 Michelin Star restaurant. His culinary voyage took off when he had the opportunity to work alongside celebrity chef Dominique Ansel, who is renowned for his innovative and delightful pastries. Vedant’s relentless pursuit of excellence also led him to an enriching internship in Borago, Chile, an esteemed World 50 Best Restaurant. This experience broadened his horizons, introducing him to diverse culinary traditions and ingredients from around the globe.

In the dynamic and interconnected world of cooking and culinary businesses, the need for a diverse range of experiences from around the globe cannot be overstated. As cuisines continue to evolve and fusion becomes more prevalent, having entrepreneurs and chefs equipped with a deep understanding and appreciation for a broad range of culinary traditions comes as a much-needed advantage. Embracing a wide array of learnings from different cultures enriches one’s creativity like nothing else.

Vedant’s versatile background only brings more authenticity to his craft. He has worked in a variety of establishments, including fine-dine restaurants, bakeries, 5-star hotels, tasting menu restaurants, and even a catering company. Throughout his journey, Vedant has garnered valuable experiences from Switzerland, France, the USA, and Chile, infusing each with unique culinary influences. Vedant explored bartending in Amsterdam, adding another dimension to his repertoire. Switzerland in particular, became a turning point in his career when he pursued Culinary Arts and International Hospitality studies. The whole period of intense learning, working, and traveling spanned nine years, molded Vedant into the passionate and skilled chef he is today.

Now back in his homeland, Vedant’s ambitious plans are to establish a Casual Fine Dining culture in Indore and then expand this novel approach throughout the country. Drawing inspiration from European work style culture, he seeks to foster an environment that nurtures creativity, collaboration, and respect within the kitchen industry. However, his vision doesn’t stop at personal achievements. Vedant is determined to uplift and empower other Indian cooks, passing on the knowledge he gained from his diverse experiences.

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