“You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’
But I dream things that never were;
and I say, ‘Why not?’”
– George Bernard Shaw

We all have dreams. And those dreams do come true. That’s been the story at TasteSutra – A Hands on Uber Class Cooking Studio situated in the heart of India i.e New Delhi, The National Capital of India. Our journey for the past one year has been one of rejuvenation, excitement and utmost fulfillment of our objective, to bond the world over food!

Designing a cooking studio and representing the same as a concept to bond over cooking, it did take quite a few miles to cover this journey. As we look back, we feel humbled to have served Indian Cooking Experience to a variety of Tourists from across the globe. We feel proud to claim one of the top positions on TripAdvisor too – for classes & things to do in Delhi!

Kindly Cook Event

In the past one year, TasteSutra has had the privelege to serve over 150 guests from more than 50 countries. Reminiscing on our experience, it feels amazing to know that guests visiting our country find it exciting to put Indian Cooking Experience on their itinerary. We were honored to do a pop event on navaratas with Kindly Cook. Our local market tours, discussions about Indian food & Spices, talking about relationships and how food binds us all – the entire understanding of Cook.Bond.Eat  has finally started to sink in. We feel elated to see our guests smiling while they work out their ways with Indian Cooking Methods.

Guest from Swaziland enjoying Cooking!

More than anything else, its a matter of immense satisfaction to see nationalities united over the concept of bonding over cooking. Having hosted people from a number of countries, we strongly feel that boundaries and borders are purely man made demarcations while hearts all around the world feel totally the same. Talk about smiles, emotions, relationships, bonding and of course the love for food – each sentiment finds itself in the same dimension in all the people around the world. More so, it unites us all.

Shanghai in India! Tried Sarees and Indian Cooking

Along with food, The Indian Cultural Diversity also finds itself on a priority list of our guests. They never shy away from trying a piece of our culture and all ears to our heritage and history. Its interesting to know that the varsity of Indian Food also appeals as a heritage to most of the guests. Our cooking methods, varieties, ingredients & multiple staple foods all through the country – The combination of all results into an Indian Food Heritage. And at TasteSutra we try our best to share the maximum with our guests with a compete hands on Indian Cooking Experience.

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In addition to the above, its fascinating to see guests from all walks of life, irrespective of their age, visit TasteSutra and value the cooking experience. Their words of motivation encourage us further to deliver the best. More so, it adds a responsibility to ensure ultimate experiences and represent our Food Heritage in the most subtle manner.

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Amongst all the experiences, we were really glad to host a corporate cooking session with H & M. It was really special to see colleagues from the same office spend time off their work and try their hands on Bonding Over Cooking. A perfect idea for a team building exercise, isn’t it? It appeals even more if you are a foodie! (And majority of us are!)

As we move ahead and look towards strengthening our concept even further, we seek support and motivation from all our guests and well wishers. We are full of gratitude for the love offered and promise to keep this saga of memories healthy and continuing. After all, this is just the beginning. 🙂

“The woods are lovely, dark and deep, 
But I have promises to keep, 
And miles to go before I sleep, 
And miles to go before I sleep.”
– Robert Frost

Tada!

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