After 'world's best' - what's next for a chef?
November 4th, 2013
09:45 AM ET
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Chef Gaggan Anand's eponymous restaurant is the only Indian venue to crack the top 10 on the "Asia's 50 Best Restaurants" list. So how's he faring now?

It's been a wild year for Bangkok chef Gaggan Anand.

In February, his eponymous Indian restaurant snagged the 10th spot on "Restaurant" magazine's inaugural list of Asia's 50 best restaurants. Two months later, it landed the 66th spot on the publication's "best in the world" list.

Quite an achievement for a man of 35 - "It was beyond my expectations" - who took a risk and opened a joint serving Indian dishes reinvigorated by molecular technology barely three years ago.

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