Chef Floyd Carloz died of Covid-19 in the US

Chef Floyd Carloz died of Covid-19 in the US

Chef Floyd Carloz died of Covid-19 in the US

The restaurant, opened in partnership with restaurateur Danny Meyer, closed in 2012 and the duo then ran a seasonal American restaurant called North End Grill, until Cardoz left to join the swanky White Street as executive chef and partner in 2014. The news report in Mid-Day stated that Health Department in Mumbai has received a communication from Hunger Inc to make sure that all those people Chef Floyd Cardoz interacted with during his trip to India were tracked and informed about the safety measure they must take.

Floyd passed away at Mountainside Medical Center in New Jersey. "He is survived by his mother Beryl, wife Barkha and sons Justin and Peter", said the statement.

Cardoz was a four-time James Beard Award nominee and a victor of Top Chef Masters, and he ran the Tabla restaurant in New York City before it shut in 2010.

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Cardoz competed in Bravo's third season of "Top Chef Masters" in 2011, where he ultimately came in first place. "He was thoughtful, kind and his smile illuminated a room".

Days ago, Cardoz posted an Instagram showing himself in the hospital. "Rest in peace Floyd.we will carry on your lovely legacy".

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Actor Sophie Choudry finds Floyd's Demise as a "huge loss to the culinary world".

Cardoz recently opened The Bombay Canteen and O Pedro in Mumbai, India, which were featured, along with the chef, in the second season of David Chang's Netflix series "Ugly Delicious".

Cardoz had traveled from Mumbai to NY through Frankfurt, Germany, on March 8. "He is being closely monitored for his condition and we wish him a speedy recovery". On his Instagram account, on March 17, Cardoz apologized to his followers for causing "undue panic". [I] was hugely anxious about my state of health and my post was highly irresponsible causing panic in several quarters.

He was known by many famous chefs for rewriting the perceptions of Indian food, introducing the vast and varied styles of the regions of India to the epicurious who loved to explore the country's rich food offerings.

The Mumbai-born chef, 59, is remembered as a pioneer for fine-dining Indian fare and changed New York City's restaurant scene with his critically acclaimed spots Tabla and Bombay Bread Bar (formerly Pao Walla). "Good food is not only about how it looks on the plate", the chef told People magazine in 2015.

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