Following a well fought competition, Imran made it past the quarter finals and got to the final 10 contestants of MasterChef 2017. Since then, Imran has been hosting a series of sold out supper clubs based in Cardiff, in his most recent events Imran showcased how his food is evolving as he strives to make his mark on the food scene in Wales. The supper clubs have also raised hundreds of pounds for homelessness charities in Wales as a percentage of each supper club profits are donated to charity.
As if he wasn’t busy enough being a dentist and a dad, Imran has been showcasing his cooking at a number of festivals and events around Wales including one of the largest agricultural shows in the UK, The Royal Welsh Show and the Abergavenny Food Festival.
Imran has been working as a dentist for the last 11 years but it’s his love for food and cooking that really does it for him. As done well it can make people happy. Generally most people are not happy when visiting the dentist!
Imran’s food takes inspiration from all over but is heavily influenced by the Gujrati food he was brought up on and from his travels around the world. The result is his unique take on modern British Asian food.
Imran’s food adventures are documented on his blog called ‘Kitchen Clonc’ (‘Clonc’ is colloquial Welsh for chat) where he documents his journey in the world of food as well as recipes and restaurant reviews.