A stunning 3-star review in the New York Times is what directed Anand Mahindra’s attention towards the Manhattan-based French-Austrian restaurant. In a 4-tweet thread, Mahindra talked about some incredible restaurants around the world and the two people behind all this success.
Sharing an article from the New York Times, Mahindra talked about how a food critic from the publication gave glowing reviews for a French-Austrian restaurant, Koloman.
He started the thread by informing people about how this restaurant was awarded 3 stars by a New York Times food critic. Then went on to say that the restaurant’s concept was actually created by EHV International, which is promoted by Rohit Khattar from India.
In the second Tweet, Mahindra talked about another restaurant, Hosa(Goa), which is the brainchild of Rohit Khattar & his son Rishiv Khattar. Located in an old Goan bungalow at Siolim, Hosa is a restaurant that serves South Indian cuisine. According to Mahindra, even Hosa opened to some great reviews.
Then Anand Mahindra goes on to remind us why Rohit Khattar seemed like such a familiar name – because of the ever-flourishing restaurant chain: Indian Accent. Sharing an article from CNN about the restaurant chain, Mahindra informs his followers that Indian Accent restaurants can be currently found in Delhi and New York. And soon they’ll be opening up a restaurant in Mumbai as well.
Anand Mahindra followed up this information with the fact that the buzzing restaurant and concept store in Gurgaon, Comorin, is also one of Rohit & Rishiv Khattar’s projects. Comorin serves some finger-licking comfort food and is a favourite among its patrons.
In the last and final tweet in this thread, Anand Mahindra gives “Full Disclosure” that he’s “a proud investor in EHV International since its inception.” The billionaire also adds that the “astonishing achievement of opening a successful French restaurant in the world’s most demanding market,” is what made him feel that the duo deserve much wider recognition.