Some of the biggest names of India’s hospitality industry descended at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Gurgaon on Wednesday evening to celebrate the fourth season of ‘The Big F Awards’ – undoubtedly, Gurgaon’s biggest & most popular food awards.
The gala event was marked with the presence of bigwigs from the food & beverage business including celebrity chefs and prominent food critics. Trust me, the list was endless with names like chefs Manish Mehrotra, Manjit Gill, Amrita Raichand, Manisha Bhasin, Rakesh Sethi, Saransh Goila, and Saby Gorai; food historian and critic Osama Jalali; author and columnist Anoothi Vishal; well known food critic Rinku Madan; and stalwarts of the culinary world including Zorawar Kalra, Rocky Singh, Ashish Singh, and Siddharth Talwar among others.
Last but not the least, Padma Shri awardee Chef Sanjeev Kapoor also graced the occasion with his presence. Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, who was the guest of honour at the event, just managed to make it towards the fag end of the awards as Mumbai has been facing incessant rains affecting all outbound flights from the city. However, even forces of nature were unable to stop Chef Sanjeev Kapoor from marking his presence at the awards underlining his commitment towards the whole concept of The Big F Awards – the biggest community driven food awards.
Pawan Soni, the brain behind The Big F Awards, played the perfect host by welcoming each guest with zeal and gusto. Pawan Soni is the founder-member and CEO of Indian Food Freak – a blog which he started to acknowledge the art of cooking and fine dining.
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