Saransh Goila

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Saransh Goila
Chef Saransh on Masterchef Australia.jpg
Chef Saransh Goila
Born (1987-02-17) February 17, 1987 (age 31)
Delhi, India
Education Institute of Hotel Management - Aurangabad (The Taj Group of Hotels)
Culinary career
Cooking style Indian cuisine

Saransh Goila (born February 17, 1987) is an Indian chef[1] who won Food Food Maha Challenge. He is the founder of a popular Mumbai based restaurant 'Goila Butter Chicken'[2] and author of the acclaimed food travelogue 'India on my Platter'.[3] In 2018 he was invited to be a guest judge from India on Masterchef Australia where contestants had to cook his version of Butter Chicken.[4] In 2013 he participated in the show, Sanjeev Kapoor Ke Kitchen Khiladi, which went on air on 16 September 2013 on Sony India.[5] He is the host of the TV Show Roti Rasta aur India [6] and Healthy Fridge[7] on Food Food channel. He is based in Mumbai.[8]

Awards and recognitions[edit]

In 2014 he entered Limca Book of Records for the "Longest road journey by a chef".[9]

Saransh won a spot on Food Food Maha Challenge which was hosted by Sanjeev Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit.[10] He was one of the 16 contestants on the show who were battling to win the coveted title of India Ka Super Chef. He emerged as the winner.[11]

Media appearances[edit]

In 2018, Saransh hosted the web series 'Run to Eat'. It is a food travelogue in which the chef travels to different parts of the world to run and explore local cuisine.[12]

In 2014, Saransh hosted the web series The Spice Traveller on his YouTube channel. It is a food travelogue in which the chef travels to Great Britain.[13]

In 2012, he hosted the TV show Roti Rasta aur India on Food Food channel.[14] It is an Indian food travelogue show in which the chef travels 20,000 km of India by road in 100 days [15] The culinary journey is about the rural villages of India, meeting the local families, learning about their cuisine, and creating meals on the go.[16]

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