Growing up around his mother and grandmother, watching them cook is where his true inspiration for food began. Pravin was born in Mumbai, but his roots go down to the Awadh region of India. You can see the passion oozing out of his eye when he speaks about his grandmother's recipe and selection of traditional methods of cooking. He explains how 'Tehri' - an Awadhi style pulav, which is an absolute delicacy was an everyday preparation when he was growing up. He belonged to a brahmin family and preparing the 'Fara' was a tradition. He has had the opportunity to assist legendary ustads - Shahdab Qureshi and Shamsher Ahmed, which give his techniques an edge.
Pravin takes pride in sharing that for the major period of his professional career he has worked as an assistant to inspirational Chefs. Some ustad's taught the art of understanding spice and whilst some modern chefs shared knowledge of nutrition value and proportion of mixtures. And all these years have given him a deep understanding of the exceptional and traditional aspects of the F&B industry and his impeccable attention to detail and hardworking nature have led to his achievements.
Food was served exquisitely. Very nice staff. Amazing place for dinner! Amazaing Dal Kangan and very very good mocktails.Rytdob/Tripadvisor
Visited for my fathers 70th Birthday. Great menu, tasty food and great view. Staff was very courteous.Vinay/Zomato
The best place to celebrate you special day. Good food, good staff, great ambiance. We booked the private dining area for a family gathering of 8. The service was exquisite. Special compliments to the staff.Anulika/Zomato