Preview: Asia Society Film Buried Seeds: An Evening With Chef Vikas Khanna

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Date(s) - 02/21/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Asia Society


Cover Image: Vikas Khanna

What’s up? Join celebrated Indian chef Vikas Kanna and director Andrei Severny for a film screening and  Q & A.

Damage? $20-$40

Vikas Kanna’s restaurant Junoon has its own spice lab © Kaori Mahajan for WhereNYC

Why you should go. Discover the incredible life story of Vikas Khanna — known to many as “India’s favorite chef” — through the documentary Buried Seeds (75 min), directed by Andrei Severny. The film follows Khanna’s journey as a poor immigrant enduring overwhelming obstacles and pain to achieve his dreams and become a successful Michelin-starred chef.

Useful tips:

  • RSVP 
  • Dress code: Business or casual is fine
  • Business cards are  always a plus.
  • Bring cash for coat check / cloakroom
  • Fancy a nightcap or a bite to eat nearby?
  1. Bar Room 117 60th St (between Lex and Park) – cozy, decent French wine, a crapload of beers on tap and bar food.
  2. Fig & Olive Lexington between 62nd 61st. One of many locations in New York City
  3. Lexington Bar & Books 1020 Lexington by 72nd St. – Close, cozy and rustic
  4. Loew’s Regency Bar & Grill (Park by 60th) – if you want a classy hotel bar with old school elegance, no need to look further.
  5. Vero Wine Bar 1483 2nd Ave (by 77th St.)