Das Sreedharan

The unending mid-day meals

In a fast-growing country like India, with so many young millionaires and immensely rich industrialists, it’s appalling to see that equally high proportion of children’s malnutrition.

24 Aug 2019

Kids are allowed

Working with children has always been fun, whether cooking with them in a school or just informally having a conversation.

18 May 2019

Delicious Dubai

Numerous Keralites presumed their life could only be better if they chose to work in the Middle East.

21 Apr 2019

South Indian Flavours in London

Baker Street runs along south of Regents Park and this beautiful upright road meets Oxford Street in roughly 2.5 km.

24 Feb 2019

The papadum story

My childhood neighbour Sriram was a fulltime postmaster and a part-time papadum maker with his mother and siblings.

27 Jan 2019

Old-Timers vs hybrid eateries

Looking at the chronicle of Indian restaurants of the past three generations, it’s fascinating to see the organic growth and incredible variety they have brought to the restaurant world.

16 Jun 2018

Mangolicious delight

Summer is famous for the fruit season and we are so lucky to have incredible fruits such as mango, jackfruit, papaya, guava, banana, and rose apple.

14 May 2018

Spicing up montenegro life

More than opening a curry house in this new tourist destination, my first pursuit was to find a meal that could be closer to anything spicy, and if possible vegetarian.

21 Apr 2018