Mumbai-born Garima Arora who has her own restaurant in Thailand called GAA has received the great honour in the chef community- the Michelin star. The award beings even more pride to Indians, as it happens to be the first restaurant helmed by an Indian woman to receive the prestigious award. Arora's GAA was awarded on November 14, helping her land among The Michelin Guide Thailand 2019. Sexy Crayfish Peeler Can Earn Up to RM 6,000 a Month in a Restaurant in China: Watch Video.
Garima Arora was interested in various exotic foods right from her childhood. A student of mass media from Jai Hind college, she became a pharma journalist. Her passion for cooking started her culinary journey starting from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. After a short span, she moved to Dubai and continued working there. She was working for three years in Copenhagen's one of the most high-end restaurants.
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Arora's profile is impressive as she has worked along with several big names from the culinary industry- René Redzepi, Gordon Ramsay and Gaggan Anand. Gaggan Anand's restaurant named Gaggan is famous all over for being the number one restaurant among Asia's 50 Best Restaurants for years. She worked with Gaggan Anand for a year and then pursued to start her own venture. In her restaurant GAA there is a team of 12 people from 7 different nationalities and thus the food is varied and lovely. Indian Eatery Gaggan in Thailand Ranks First in World's 50 Best Restaurants List Again.
Talking about her struggles she was quoted in an interview, "You have to be prepared mentally, and I think this is true for men and women both—you will be working when everyone else will be partying or celebrating Diwali. You’ve really got to love what you do, and you’ve got to put in everything that you have to this job. It is one of those things that need you to be physically present. There is no other way to do it." She has definitely worked hard to be in a place that she is and celebrated the joyous occasion with a beer pong.