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Kommune’s most enthusiastic fella is also our best barman or as Mohit likes to call himself - the Chief Intoxicating Officer. After publishing three research papers and working for start ups as a sales manager, Mo decided to call it quits on his toxic relationship with research and realized it was time to give in to his passion - the fine art of mixing drinks. Mysterious, sophisticated, flirtatious - the cocktail is all these things, a simple mix of ingredients that is greater than the sum of its parts and Mohit’s cocktails are a testament to the previous statement. Although he’d love to live in a house by the mountains with a German Shepard, Mo’s true home lies at the bottom of a dark chocolate ice cream tub. Why dark chocolate you might ask...that's because all other flavours are just conspiracy theories. His weapon of choice is his witty banter and the only cooler fact about our favourite bartender is that he has a dog named Luca. Ex sale men make for good bartenders. We know.


The Barman

Our head chef’s story is one for those Masterchef books. Gautham comes from a family of chefs and cooks. His grandparents started a dhaba in Tezpur near Guwahati and it’s been up and running for almost 70 years. But the plot twist of Gautham’s life lies here - his pièce de resistance. Apart from the butter chicken and tandoor, he specializes in European cuisine, Italian cuisine in particular. Our head chef’s travelogue can be featured in CNN traveler. We’re quite jealous but the stories he brings backs and translates into the plate...well let’s just say, if you want to taste a bit of Milan, Switzerland or Africa, he’s got you. Here’s another fun fact about Gautham. His favourite ice cream flavour is rose petal and if he’s craving one, he’ll just make it.


Head Chef

Kommune’s Sous Chef Surya is a hardcore Chennai-ite with a proclivity for South Indian fusion food. If that’s the first you’ve heard of it, we understand. We were stumped too, because what else can you do with idli, sambar, chutney, and vada right? But Surya continues to surprise us. His travel itch has taken him to Dubai, Qatar and Singapore, out of which he loves Singapore the most. If he wasn’t a sous chef, Surya would have been fighting crime - not inspired by Batman of course, but by our country’s police force. Him becoming a Chef was a result of a happy accident that involved his mother nudging him the right direction. We thank you, Surya’s mom. We’re grateful and so are a thousand others who’ve eaten his Kerala mutta roast.


Sous Chef

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