"Am excited about LIMA. South American is one of my favourite cuisines but is so underexposed in India. Mexican, Brazilian and Peruvian food – cuisines that are extremely fashionable and now almost ubiquitous in London, will be a first for Mumbai. Each South American country has a unique cuisine that was shaped by its history, influences from Europe and other countries, local geography, and culture. The result is an exciting variety of flavours, colours and culinary traditions, that come together at LIMA", adds Chef Kochhar.
With LIMA, Chef Atul Kochhar once again draws on his world travels to present a cuisine richly influenced by an immigrant population. A strong believer in the policy of using local, seasonal and sustainable produce with a low carbon footprint, Chef Kochhar will be working with a local farm that will help him grow produce for LIMA.