Garima Arora's Inspirational Dishes

Garima Arora's Inspirational Dishes
11 January, 2020
Garima Arora inspirational dish
Inspirational dishes by Garima Arora's Gaa

Our inspirational dishes series celebrates some of the best dishes from some of the leading chefs in the world. Arora is the first Indian Woman to receive a Michelin Star and is Asia’s Best Female Chef 2019

Arora started out as a journalist before discovering her love of the culinary arts, training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and graduating in 2010 before spending her formative years at Noma in Copenhagen and refining her skills under chef René Redzepi. In 2016 Arora moved to Asia taking up the position of sous chef at Gaggan's eponymous restaurant in Bangkok, before opening her own place, Gaa just a year later, in the same street where Gaggan is located.

Last year, Garima was named the Best Female Chef title ahead of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants Awards ceremony. Accepting the prize, Arora said: “This award is a validation of our team’s hard work and commitment to excellence. I am honoured that chefs and respected industry peers voting on this award recognise and appreciate our efforts.”

Below, you can feast your eyes with some of her most beautiful creations. Enjoy!

Bitter Greens Flatbread

Bitter Green Fleabread

Blue Swimmer Crab Long Peppercorn and Macadamia Milk

Blue Swimmer Crab Long Peppercorn and Macadamia Milk

Corn with Corn Milk

Corn with Corn Milk

Liquid Banana Bread

Liquid Banana Bread

Marian Plum Tomato Fennel

Marian Plum Tomato Fennel

Pork Rib

Pork Rib

Savory Betel Leaf

Savory Betel Leaf

Strawberry Caviar How Wor Oil

Strawberry Caviar How Wor Oil

Unripe Jackfruit Roti Pickles

Unripe Jackfruit Roti Pickles

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