Pathbreaking research in vegetarian food
around the world
Singh been systematically and single handedly researching vegetarian food and vegetarian restaurants around the globe.
China, Japan, Russia, France.....and many more countries...over three decades Singh has unrivalled knowledge and information on vegetarian food and restaurants.
She has been systematically tracking this trend in her columns and articles. Trailblazing with The worlds first vegetarian guide to Paris, The vegetarian cookbook “Around the world in 80 Plates” And now followed up with her thesis for Higher studies in gastronomy in Paris on “The rise and the rise of vegetarianism’
Several episodes in her food shows, including interviewing Alain Passard, the most famous triple Michelin starred chef renowned for vegetarian cooking. In Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escapes (channel 4) Singh persuaded Gordon not only to eat vegetarian but also to learn vegetarian cooking.
A Vegetarian In Paris
This is a great place to tell people more about your business, and the services you offer. Want to make this content your own? It's easy.Just published, the worlds first ultimate vegetarian guide to Paris. Paris, the world’s gourmet capital, a dream for omnivores – and a nightmare for vegetarians. Or is it? In this path-breaking book, one of India’s most intrepid foodies, 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. From cheap and cheerful to French gastronomique – multiple surprises show up in over 500 multi-cuisine restaurants, foodshops, cooking classes, bakeries, chocolatiers and more. Fabulous vegan restaurants, a vegan bed-and-breakfast, vegan tours…The world’s first vegetarian guide to the discerning herbivore, the book is also a wonderful complement to those who enjoy their meat with a plate of potatoes – this landmark book helps you decide how to eat vegetarian well. Singh’s years of research have resulted in a comprehensive, all colour and ultimate reference guide to the world’s favourite destination for fine.
Winner of Chevalier dans l'Ordere des Arts et des lettres
(Knight of the order of Arts et des lettres) (2016)
This prestigious is 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.” Some noted recipients of this honour in the past include Shahrukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai, George Clooney, Audrey Hepburn and Sean Connery.