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Unpredictable Thai-Indian fusions

Gaggan Anand protégé and the first Indian woman to earn a Michelin star chef Garima Arora has opened her first restaurant Gaa, which taps into age old Indian techniques and applies it to locally sourced, market-fresh Thai ingredients.


Serving two modern tasting menus (one standard and one vegetarian), chef Arora creates playful and unpredictable dishes laced with the culinary influences from both regions such as a spicy duck doughnut and unripe jackfruit and pickles. 



Though the menus change regularly, some signatures such as the smoky, spicy young corn – a must-try – remain throughout by popular demand.


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