Celebrity chef Kunal Kapur invites Indians on a culinary trip Down Under
More than 1.6 million people have tuned into Kunal Kapur’s seven-episode travelogue where he shares his recipe for a perfect Australian holiday.
Kunal is an Indian celebrity chef and restaurateur, best known as the host and judge of the TV series MasterChef India. In the series, #TravelWithKunal Australia, Kunal starts his journey in South Australia and travels across Queensland indulging in a variety of culinary experiences.
Throughout the series he introduces viewers to the local produce, restaurants, breweries as well as tourism experiences in each location
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