As part of leading up to South Jersey Restaurant Week (starting March 20th), we have a series of interviews with SJ Hot Chefs that are participating in the festivities. First up is Chef Vipul Bhasin, chef and owner of Coriander in Voorhees. We were intrigued by his opinion that most Indian restaurants in the U.S. are “stuck in the 1960’s”, and how he wants to reflect more of how Indians are really eating today. Listen as Chef Vipul discusses why what we know as “curry” is not Indian, where he thinks Indian cuisine is going, and what separates his restaurant from other Indian eateries.
EiSJ Interview with…Chef Vipul Bhasin of Coriander