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<b>MANU CHANDRA | </b><br><br><b>Olive Bar and Kitchen | </b><br><br>Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore A mind boggling foie gras, pear and arugula sandwich in sour dough. It was in a pop up restaurant in the Castro area of San Francisco. The name of the tiny place was the Naked Lunch. It was run by three established sous chefs from high end restaurants who quit their jobs to make perfect sandwiches. Memorable.

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Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012


MANU CHANDRA |

Olive Bar and Kitchen |

Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore A mind boggling foie gras, pear and arugula sandwich in sour dough. It was in a pop up restaurant in the Castro area of San Francisco. The name of the tiny place was the Naked Lunch. It was run by three established sous chefs from high end restaurants who quit their jobs to make perfect sandwiches. Memorable.

<b>ALEX SANCHEZ | The Table | Mumbai </b><br><br>My first cooking job was at my favourite childhood deli which was right down the street from where I grew up. People would come from all over to this small hole-in-the-wall storefront called Roxie Food Center that served seemingly simple yet delicious sandwiches. Their breads, around seven varieties, were all baked fresh every day. My favorite sandwich was a meatball sub with Swiss cheese on a Dutch crunch roll. I could eat only that sandwich every day for the rest of my life and be totally happy.

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Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012


ALEX SANCHEZ | The Table | Mumbai

My first cooking job was at my favourite childhood deli which was right down the street from where I grew up. People would come from all over to this small hole-in-the-wall storefront called Roxie Food Center that served seemingly simple yet delicious sandwiches. Their breads, around seven varieties, were all baked fresh every day. My favorite sandwich was a meatball sub with Swiss cheese on a Dutch crunch roll. I could eat only that sandwich every day for the rest of my life and be totally happy.

<b>GRESHAM FERNANDES | Smokehouse Room and Shroom | Delhi </b><br><br>Iberian ham and tomatoes in French bread. I had it at the Guggenheim Museum Spain. And a bison sandwich with ciabatta bread at Borough Market in London.

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Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012


GRESHAM FERNANDES | Smokehouse Room and Shroom | Delhi

Iberian ham and tomatoes in French bread. I had it at the Guggenheim Museum Spain. And a bison sandwich with ciabatta bread at Borough Market in London.

<b>RITU DALMIA | Diva | Delhi </b><br><br>It was a ciabatta bread with simple mozzarella and juicy, luscious tomatoes and fresh basil. I ate it in a tiny sandwich shop in Florence called Ivo's. Anyway a piece of good bread and cheese is something I would be happy to eat as my last meal.

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Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012


RITU DALMIA | Diva | Delhi

It was a ciabatta bread with simple mozzarella and juicy, luscious tomatoes and fresh basil. I ate it in a tiny sandwich shop in Florence called Ivo's. Anyway a piece of good bread and cheese is something I would be happy to eat as my last meal.

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Pronoti Datta | May 19, 2012


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