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Secret Sauce: Inspiring Stories of Great Indian Restaurants


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English | April 1st, 2018 | ASIN: B079WQR7DX, ISBN: 9352776267 | 244 Pages | EPUB | 1.03 MB

Secret Sauce is the first ever indepth look at forty of India s most iconic and successful restaurants, which are not just landmarks on the culinary landscape, but also businesses that have stood the test of time in an industry where failure rates are notoriously high.

Showcasing restaurants across the gamut, from a Bengaluru dosa specialist of preIndependence vintage, to an awardwinning destination for edgy Indian cuisine in Delhi, inventors of dishes such as Chicken Manchurian and homespun chains that have scaled across the globe, this book is a sumptuous treat for aspiring restaurateurs, food lovers and anyone interested in the secrets of success and the inspiring stories of the restaurant business in India.
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