I am an independent food writer, researcher and content + communication strategist based in India.
In my decade long career I have been associated with food in various ways. I started my career with Burrp!, India’s first restaurant listing website. I then moved on to being an independent journalist writing about food, travel and culture. I’ve also consulted with a well known travel company to help them launch culinary itineraries in India.
Apart from writing and consulting, I co-run a cool pop-up called The Literary Table where I, along with my business partner Chef Shriya Shetty, host a series of dinners inspired from works of fiction.
In the past few years my interest in food has become anthropological and to pursue that interest I went to SOAS University in London to study Anthropology of Food. As part of my Master’s thesis, I researched and wrote about alternative supply chains. At present, I am interested in working with organisations that are working towards building a sustainable food system.
In addition to the above, I am also writing a series of essays on gendered abuse in domestic spaces with kitchen and commensality as a central motif.