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Gaggan Anand

Chef-owner, Gaggan

When he announced as a young boy that he wanted to be a chef, Gaggan was mocked, but he stuck to his dream to put India on the global fine-dining map. In 2007 he arrived in Bangkok for a short consultancy and never left. Gaggan, the restaurant in the Thai capital where he serves progressive Indian cuisine, has won numerous awards and is currently ranked No. 17 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Gaggan Anand

Chef-owner, Gaggan

When he announced as a young boy that he wanted to be a chef, Gaggan was mocked, but he stuck to his dream to put India on the global fine-dining map. In 2007 he arrived in Bangkok for a short consultancy and never left. Gaggan, the restaurant in the Thai capital where he serves progressive Indian cuisine, has won numerous awards and is currently ranked No. 17 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Gaggan Anand

Chef-owner, Gaggan

When he announced as a young boy that he wanted to be a chef, Gaggan was mocked, but he stuck to his dream to put India on the global fine-dining map. In 2007 he arrived in Bangkok for a short consultancy and never left. Gaggan, the restaurant in the Thai capital where he serves progressive Indian cuisine, has won numerous awards and is currently ranked No. 17 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Gaggan Anand

Chef-owner, Gaggan

When he announced as a young boy that he wanted to be a chef, Gaggan was mocked, but he stuck to his dream to put India on the global fine-dining map. In 2007 he arrived in Bangkok for a short consultancy and never left. Gaggan, the restaurant in the Thai capital where he serves progressive Indian cuisine, has won numerous awards and is currently ranked No. 17 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Gaggan Anand

Chef-owner, Gaggan

When he announced as a young boy that he wanted to be a chef, Gaggan was mocked, but he stuck to his dream to put India on the global fine-dining map. In 2007 he arrived in Bangkok for a short consultancy and never left. Gaggan, the restaurant in the Thai capital where he serves progressive Indian cuisine, has won numerous awards and is currently ranked No. 17 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

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