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Do you love the rich flavors of Indian Food?

Times Kitchen Tales presents one-of-a-kind Indian Food Lovers Meet in Delhi specially for the foodie in you. Register today and get a chance to meet an exciting bunch of food bloggers, restaurateurs and chefs at this unique gathering.


  • Food Conversations with eminent city foodies
  • Travelling Belly Quiz
  • Cook Up with Prestige
  • Lunch

Event will be moderated by “Food and Travel Writer – Kalyan Karmakar”.

Don't miss this golden opportunity to celebrate your love for Indian Food. To participate, fill in your details. Shortlisted participants will receive invitations to the event.

The Park Hotel in Connaught Place, Delhi

Panelists for Session on Food Conversations


Manisha Bhasin
Senior executive chef ITC Hotels, culinary innovator, global ambassador for Indian food

Panelist Manisha Bhasin, a culinary innovator, doesn’t confine herself to her professional endeavours. She has constantly made an effort to experiment with the indigenous produce in her recipes, thus extending her help towards the farmers. For her extensive work and social consciousness, she was conferred with the National Best Chef award by the Government of India, in the year 2017.

Uma Raghuram
Home chef, award winning food blogger & Instagrammer at Masterchef Mom

Panelist Uma Raghuram is a religious blogger. With sharing over 900 recipes from across the world and a following of 66k on Instagram, one cannot refrain from calling her a star blogger. She won the winner of Netflix My Chef’s Table Instagram Contest in the year 2017 for her authentic representation of Indian cuisine. She is not only popularising the Indian cuisine across the world but also redefining it.

Pritha Sen
Food writer, researcher & historian, consultant chef for Mustard Restaurants

Pritha Sen, a former journalist and presently a researcher and Indian cuisine enthusiast is showing the country its way back to her roots. She is passionate about regional cuisines and especially Bengali cuisine. She has also curated the Bengali food for the restaurants which were been voted as best amongst the restaurants in India.

Chef Anahita N. Dhondy
Chef Partner at SodaBottleOpenerWala, Cyber Hub Gurgaon

She is the Chef Partner at SodaBottleOpenerWala, Cyber Hub Gurgaon. After studying at IHM – Aurangabad, Anahita worked in four different hotels in three different cities before she took off to pursue her dream to gain the Le Grand Diplome from Le Cordon Blue. Bakery and confectionary is her passion and her adventurous journey with food gets a homecoming with SodaBottleOpenerWala to be close to her Parsi roots.

Previous Food Lovers’ meet



Indian Food Lovers' Meet, Mumbai

Date: 23rd Feb 2019    Venue: St. Regis Mumbai, Lower Parel, Mumbai


2nd edition of Indian Food Lovers' Meet by Times Kitchen Tales at Mumbai


Indian Food Lovers' Meet, Bengaluru

Date: 19th Jan 2019    Venue: Sheraton Grand, Bengaluru


1st edition of Indian Food Lovers' Meet by Times Kitchen Tales at Sheraton Grand, Bengaluru