Tell us about India on a Platter.
It is a travelogue—an account of my 100-day journey across India as a chef. It’s also a map and a guide for food lovers and cooks.
This book is adapted from your TV show Roti, Rasta aur India.
Yes. I couldn’t share many experiences on the show due to lack of space.
How did you chalk out your path across the country?
Like a roti, our course was round, a mix of places both familiar and missing on the food map.
How was the food experience?
Wonderfully shocking and diverse! I discovered over 200-250 unique regional cuisines. Who knew Surat was big on flavours?
Kalyan Karmakar, a leading food blogger, wrote: “Saransh Goila’s book India on a Platter is my kind of book”.
It is surprising to see how the book has been accepted.
100 days of travelling and food. Any special memory?