Australia’s “Tuning Fork” cooks up a storm in Mumbai

Australia’s highly-awarded and only hatted, Aboriginal Chef Clayton Donovan along with guitarist and songwriter Darren Middleton from the iconic Australian band Powderfinger visited Mumbai to present a night of indulgence and fun with a one-of-a-kind fine food and live music experience at Grand Hyatt Mumbai recently. Suneeta Sodhi Kanga reports…

Popularly known as the “Tuning Fork”, the duo presented a unique cultural offering – Darren’s soulful voice combined with the exquisite Australian aboriginal and native Indian-inspired menu by Chef Clayton.


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