This is an Today, looking at the resume of chef Manish Tyagi, it's hard to imagine him doing anything other than cooking. He's the man behind the menu at Bay Area restaurant Aurum, he defeated the mighty Bobby Flay on the show "Beat Bobby Flay," and he's cooked in kitchens from India to....
This is an imaginative riff on a classic potato-and-chutney Indian snack — or chaat — by the talented former chef of the much-missed spot August (1) Five in San Francisco’s Civic Center area. Charming downtown Los Altos is a world away from that neighborhood, but Tyagi’s contemporary Indian....
At Aurum, the modern Indian restaurant from former August 1 Five chef Manish Tyagihas, a four-course Mother’s Day menu ($60/person) will include a dahi poor mousse amuse bouche, tandoori duck seekh kebab and apple jalebi rabdi parfait. Mothers dining in will get a complimentary mimosa or....
The pandemic hasn't stopped new restaurants from continuing to open in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Now that the region's economy is reopening and indoor dining has returned, more upscale restaurants are starting to debut and the constant flurry of new pop-ups from laid-off chefs is....
When chef Manish Tyagi opened Aurum — a contemporary upscale Indian restaurant in Los Altos, California—cheese lovers took note of the many dairy-heavy dishes on the menu. In addition to using traditional Indian paneer, Tyagi is also cooking with tangy goat cheese, sharp cheddar, creamy....
Even with the pandemic, new restaurants keep opening in San Francisco and the Bay Area — and recently laid off chefs are getting creative about what they’re selling, meaning the Instagram-based pop-up and food delivery scene has never been more dynamic. In this imperfect environment, chefs....
At noon, Los Altos customers enter Aurum one by one, 6 feet apart. A golden color glints from the restaurant signs as they wait to get their takeout. Manish Tyagi opened Aurum in January with his partner Anupam Bhatia to deliver forgotten Indian flavors to Los Altos.
Families looking for Indian food with a modern flair should order up some delivery from Aurum Indian Bistro in downtown Los Altos. The restaurant is a joint project from Chef Manish Tyagi, formerly the Executive Chef of August (1) Five in San Francisco, and Anupam Bhatia, owner of Broadway Masala in Redwood City....
The chemical symbol for gold is “Au.” In terms of value, gold is one of the highest-weighted metals in the world, showcasing prosperity and a high standard. As Anupam Bhatia(CEO) thought about the menu ahead of opening his new Indian restaurant in downtown Los Altos last month and how he wanted to present ....
LOS ALTOS (KPIX) — Businesses across the Bay Area were finding ways to celebrate Vice President Kamala Harris through special dishes and treats. Modern Indian bistro Aurum, located in Downtown Los Altos, will start its new chapter on Inauguration Day, and make its official debut. They are offering a royal feast for two inspire......
After crafting modern Indian dishes at San Francisco’s August 1 Five for four years, executive chef Manish Tyagi set his sights southward. Now in Los Altos, he has teamed up with Anupam Bhatia, the restaurateur who founded Broadway Masala in Redwood City, to open a contemporary Indian bistro called Aurum.....
650 Restaurant Roundup: Tyagi, who was born and raised in Dehradun, India, brings years of culinary experience at restaurants including the now-closed Amber Dhara in San Francisco and Rasika West End in Washington D.C. He also actually defeated chef Bobby Flay on the Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay” in 2018. (His winning dish? Paneer spinach lasagna.)
After modern Indian restaurant August 1 Five closed in San Francisco this month, chef Manish Tyagi was left looking for a new job in the midst of the pandemic. He ended up teaming up with his partner, Anupam Bhatia, who owns Broadway Masala in Redwood City, to bring a new Indian restaurant to downtown Los Altos....
Aurum means “gold” in Latin, a name that Tyagi says is intended as exuberantly as the names of his dishes: there’s a cheese toast called “double trouble,” for example, and a pulled pork on thepla taco called “the spoiled generation....”