Vikas Khanna is an Indian chef, restaurateur, cookbook writer, filmmaker, and humanitarian. He is one of the judges of the Star Plus series MasterChef India. He is based in New York Cit
Michelin Star Chef Vikas Khanna is an internationally acclaimed Indian chef, award-winning author, poet and filmmaker. He is the recipient of Access to Freedom Award, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Shining Star Award, GQ Man of the Year and was featured as “10 Global Legendary Chefs who’ve revolutionized our eating habits” by Deutsche Welle.
Chef Vikas Khanna has established himself as a top authority on Indian Cuisine, hosting sccessful cooking shows and has written more than 25 cookbooks. His book Flavors First won the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award. Khanna Sutra, My Great India and Savor Mumbai won Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.
UTSAV- A Culinary Epic of Indian Festivals has become the world’s most expensive cookbook. UTSAV was launched at 68th Cannes Film Festival and has been presented to President Obama, HH Dalai Lama, Pope Francis, PM Modi and most recently Chef Vikas was invited to
Buckingham Palace to present UTSAV to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
His cooking style was called “inventive” and a New York Magazine quoted “an instinctive chef whose dishes just get it right” in a review.
His documentary series Holy Kitchens, which explores the bond between faith and food, has been showcased at Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Oxford and many other Universities and Film Festivals. H