Notably, he achieved recognition as the Winner of Season 1 Episode 4 of the show "Chefs Vs Wild" on Hulu and Disney+. With a deep-rooted love for regional Indian cuisine, Tushar has effectively broadened the scope of his culinary offerings throughout British Columbia, making the authentic flavours of India accessible to a diverse range of diners.
Chef Dhillon describes his food as "unpretentiously soulful" and enjoys working with fresh, classic and rustic Fraser Valley ingredients. Proud of his Indian cooking heritage, he understands that Indian spices can do the trick and add to the flavour of so many dishes apart from the good old curry!
In 2014, he moved to Canada, where he worked with the Fairmont Hotel and completed his Red Seal Chef certification requirements. He opened his first catering company, GJs’ Kitchen, in Surrey, BC and quickly learned that the Canadian food scene is quite different from that in other countries.
The talented chef has amazing work experience in leading fine dining, smart casual, brasserie, café, and dark kitchens outlets. Chef Bobby Geetha has worked with some of Europe’s best Michelin-starred chefs. He is one of the best consultant chefs in the UK and Middle East.
Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Rohit Ghai is hailed as one of the UK’s most creative and accomplished Indian chefs. Chef Ghai began his international career working with Michelin-starred restaurant Benares in London in 2008.
Harpal Singh Sokhi is a celebrity chef from India. Also known as the “Energy Chef of India”, he is now a “Dancing Chef Of India”. Chef Sokhi anchored Grand Trunk Rasoi Season 1, he also started his fine-dine restaurant Karigiri in Noida, New Delhi, and one of the largest clubs in the country, club D’Neo at Jalandhar, Punjab.