Read about Rashmi's awards and achievements over the years, including the prestigeous Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters) - given to those conferred on “persons who have distinguished themselves by their creativity in the field of art, culture and literature or for their contribution to the influence of arts in France and throughout the world


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Awards & Achievements

Singh has worked with some of the biggest names in Television and Broadcast Media. Her work includes guiding Gordon Ramsey in India for Channel 4 as well as being a judge alongside Hassan Minaj and R. Madhavan for Netflix's show The Final Table in India. She has also hosted several shows including Health Today, Foodie Fundas with Rashmi and Delicious Discoveries. Click to learn more about Singh's work on Television


Author of 38 books and regular columnist for ‘The Times of India’, ‘Bombay Times’ and ‘Chennai Times’, it is for her extraordinarily popular Good Food Guide that she is most celebrated (India’s first ever city restaurant guide) The first-of-its-kind handy insider’s guide to good food established Singh, as the nation’s most clued-in commentariat on all things edible. She also runs the highly esteemed ‘Rashmi Uday Singh’s Good Food Academy’ and used to run ‘Rashmi Uday Singh’s Good Food Galleries’


Path breaking book published by the Times of India and India Book House won the “Oscar of Food Awards”

Around the World in 80 Days

Rashmi Uday Singh, shoots all the clichés, eats her way through Paris and nails a vegetarian side to it that’s as dazzling as it is delicious

A Vegetarian in Paris

First-time-ever book which was launched end of January 2003 and which hit the best-seller lists

Mumbai by Night


Having trained with the BBC in London, Singh was selected to be Gordon Ramsay’s South India guide and also filmed with Gordon for Channel 4 ‘Great Escapes’. In the highly prestigious chefs competition Netflix series -The Final Table, Rashmi was selected to be the India food critic on the judging panel alongside Hassan Minaj and R. Madhavan.


China, Japan, Russia, France.....and many more countries...over three decades Singh has unrivaled knowledge and information on vegetarian food and restaurants. Though she eats everything, Singh been systematically and single handedly researching vegetarian food and vegetarian restaurants around the globe.


Winner of ‘The Best of the Best’ World Gourmand Awards in Paris (2009), in Frankfurt (2008) and Kuala Lumpur (2006) for her books, she has been awarded the ‘Experience Singapore’ award in Singapore and the ‘Atout France Best Media Personality Award 2010’ by the French Government.


Ms Singh is a regular columnist with The Times of India, Bombay Times and Chennai Times. She also writes regularly for many national and international magazines. It is for her extraordinarily popular Good Food Guide that she is most celebrated (India’s first-ever city–restaurant guide). This handy, first-of-its-kind, insider’s guide to good food established Singh as the nation’s most clued-in commentator on all things edible


Ms Singh is an author of 40 books including India’s first ever city-restaurant guide to Mumbai in 1997, Nightlife guide to Mumbai followed by City Restaurant Guide to Pune 4 years later. Recently its her world’s first vegetarian guide to Paris that is making waves

International Work 

Chairman of the Central Asia region of the London-based ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurant Academy’, and Asias 50 best restaurant academy, she has been on the jury for ‘The World’s Best Woman Chef’ contest in France. Singh has represented India in international seminars and discussions in New York, London, Singapore and California, and is a Chaîne des Rôtisseurs. She has also done pathbreaking research in vegetarianism internationally and is currently working on the ultimate vegetarian guide to Dubai.

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