How supper clubs are birthing a new genre of cosy restaurants in India
14 Feb 2024
How supper clubs are birthing a new genre of cosy restaurants in India

Blending the warmth and cosiness of a home with an upscale dining experience, supper clubs give home chefs a chance to test the waters and kickstart their careers. By providing Indians a platform to forge meaningful connections, they nurture camaraderie and belonging in a heavily digitised India.

Diganta Chakraborty

Diganta Chakraborty is the brand custodian of The Soul Company India, India's leading discovery platform for events, experiences, and unique concepts across food and culture in India, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. He was also in the founding team of The Centre of Excellence for IHCL Hotels and was responsible for reviving the company's food and beverage offerings. He also advises alcohol brands, restaurants, and talent in investment opportunities, positioning, branding, and marketing.

Anurag Arora

Anurag Arora is a chef and graphic designer who has made a name for himself in the F&B industry through his supper club, The Apartment. He has been featured in magazines like Conde Nast Traveller, Mint Lounge, and The Hindu, to name a few.

Ahaana Khosla

Ahaana Khosla is a trend forecaster, cultural strategist, writer, and editor with a background in fashion and lifestyle journalism. She writes about changing consumer behaviors, emerging trends, and social signals and has worked and consulted with a range of start-ups, magazines, and global fashion and lifestyle brands. She has written for titles such as Vogue India and Harper’s Bazaar.