It’s time for some ‘progressive’ Indian cuisine. So forget Chutney Mary in London and go for Gaggan in Bangkok. It’s the “best Indian restaurant in the world”, says the latest ranking of Restaurant magazine. Owner and chef Gaggan Anand, 35, a Kolkata native, adds surprise to his mother’s homespun recipes. And he has got kudos from former US President Bill Clinton to former president of India APJ Abdul Kalam. Next time you are in Bangkok, trot over to Ploenchit Road for his 10course tasting menu, a spectacular ‘blind’ serving.