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A Bold, Brassy Commitment Phobic Young Woman. A Wannabe Chef Whose Michelin Star Aspirations Are Constantly Thwarted By His Ramrod-backed War Hero Father. A Family Scandal. A Lost Recipe Book. Steeped In The Aroma Of Curries And Roasts, Brimming With Love, Banter And Culinary Secrets Ancient And Modern, The Indian Café In London Is A Tale Of Lost Recipes, Lost Loves And Lost Identities. REVIEWS Poignant Prose, Charming Characters – A Warm Hearted Bundle Of Love And Food. Sanjoy Roy, Founder, Jaipur Litfest A Deeply Engrossing, Deftly Woven Tale Of Relationships, Of Love And Loss, Across Several Generations. A Delightful Read, Which Had Me Salivating. Madhulika Liddle, Author This Is A Book Readers Are Going To Relate To On Multiple Levels - The Food, The Travel, The Emotions, The Dreams, The Struggles, The Failures And The Successes. Those Little Titbits, Those Recipes That Invite You To Get Out Of Bed In The Middle Of Reading At Night To Try – All The Makings Of A Book That Will Find A Permanent Place On Your Shelf. This Book Is Full Of Heart And A Lot Of Good Food Veena Has A Lovely Way With Words As Every Reader Is Going To See. Ruth Dsouza Prabhu, Independent Journalist & Food Writer. Characters That Steal Into Your Heart, Venues That Seem So Real, And A Writing Style That Pulls You In. Beautifully Showcasing The Connection Between Food And Love, This Book Is Like A Warm Grandparental Hug… It Took Me Down Memory Lane To Fond Times Spent With My Grandparents At Their Favourite Cafés. Loved The Way Recipes Are Preceded By Stories And Trivia - Makes You Want To Go Back For More And More Charming, Must-read For All Ages. Eklavya Kohli, Co-founder, Culinary Quotient

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A Bold, Brassy Commitment Phobic Young Woman. A Wannabe Chef Whose Michelin Star Aspirations Are Constantly Thwarted By His Ramrod-backed War Hero Father. A Family Scandal. A Lost Recipe Book. Steeped In The Aroma Of Curries And Roasts, Brimming With Love, Banter And Culinary Secrets Ancient And Modern, The Indian Café In London Is A Tale Of Lost Recipes, Lost Loves And Lost Identities. REVIEWS Poignant Prose, Charming Characters – A Warm Hearted Bundle Of Love And Food. Sanjoy Roy, Founder, Jaipur Litfest A Deeply Engrossing, Deftly Woven Tale Of Relationships, Of Love And Loss, Across Several Generations. A Delightful Read, Which Had Me Salivating. Madhulika Liddle, Author This Is A Book Readers Are Going To Relate To On Multiple Levels - The Food, The Travel, The Emotions, The Dreams, The Struggles, The Failures And The Successes. Those Little Titbits, Those Recipes That Invite You To Get Out Of Bed In The Middle Of Reading At Night To Try – All The Makings Of A Book That Will Find A Permanent Place On Your Shelf. This Book Is Full Of Heart And A Lot Of Good Food Veena Has A Lovely Way With Words As Every Reader Is Going To See. Ruth Dsouza Prabhu, Independent Journalist & Food Writer. Characters That Steal Into Your Heart, Venues That Seem So Real, And A Writing Style That Pulls You In. Beautifully Showcasing The Connection Between Food And Love, This Book Is Like A Warm Grandparental Hug… It Took Me Down Memory Lane To Fond Times Spent With My Grandparents At Their Favourite Cafés. Loved The Way Recipes Are Preceded By Stories And Trivia - Makes You Want To Go Back For More And More Charming, Must-read For All Ages. Eklavya Kohli, Co-founder, Culinary Quotient
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Veena Nagpal Width
ISBN-13 9788190590372 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 8190590372 Spine Width
Publisher EEP Publisher Pages 318
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