India @ Q by DDs kitchen offers a diverse menu that celebrates traditional Indian dishes with a contemporary edge.
Drop by for a quick meal, settle in for a multi-course dinner; enjoy a modern take on the freshest ingredients weaved into traditional Indian cooking techniques, complex spice and relaxed, friendly service.
We pride ourselves in the quality and comfort we offer our guests and hope to see you soon!
Melbourne Indian chef and Hospitality lecturer, Daman Shrivastav, has been supporting the needy for over 10 years, cooking meals weekly from his home.
During lockdown, he was inspired to create a cooking show called DDs Kitchen. Daman and his daughter Diya, worked tirelessly during lockdown to inspire kids and families to cook together and also, Daman wished to teach Diya the value of helping those in need.
DDs Kitchen has become a beacon of hope for a lot of people and with your help hopes to feed even more!
Why do you need to know chef Daman Shrivastav?
This chef survived a war and cooked for a king.
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Dirty Linen is a food podcast hosted by Australian journalist Dani Valent.Dirty Linen goes deep, both in conversations with individuals and in investigating pressing issues.
Ep 240 -When you share rather than just give, everyone benefits from renowned chef, hospitality teacher, and restaurateur Daman Shrivastav
We believe hunger can be eliminated and the community can contribute to stay stronger to any challenges faced.
For many chefs, their passion for the culinary arts goes back to their childhood, watching their mothers cook in the kitchen and provide for the family.
ake Daman Shrivastav, who, since March has been cooking for the homeless and international students badly hit by the pandemic.
An extraordinary life of a chef – mapping through three continents, a war, surviving homelessness, and now – giving birth to a cooking show during a global pandemic with his daughter, Diya.