Courtesy of Bombay Canteen

Three culinary stars are branching out from the cities that made them.

Nikki Ekstein
May 20, 2015

Mumbai: The Bombay Canteen

The Chef: Floyd Cardoz, a pioneer of haute Indian cuisine in New York City.
New Digs: A colonial-inspired space near the world’s tallest residential tower.
The Dish: Cardoz pays homage to his Goan roots with creations like pork vindaloo tacos; we also loved the chili crab. Entrées $6–$9.

Tokyo: Dominique Ansel Bakery

The Chef: Ansel is the Manhattan pastry wizard who invented the cronut.
New Digs: Three floors in hip Omotesando, including a 73-seat café with a glass-walled kitchen.
The Dish: He’s going with a soft-serve ice cream bar and Japanese tea pastries.

New York City: Guenter Seeger New York

The Chef: Seeger, known as the forefather of farm-to-table cooking in Atlanta.
New Digs: Just 36 seats and a chef’s table in the Meatpacking District.
The Dish: Expect plates like poached pears with Parmesan on a fiveor six-course tasting menu that changes daily. Tasting menus from $120.

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