India, Aug. 2 -- "Fine dining is not about what you eat at a posh restaurant. It isn't even highly sophisticated cooking. Instead, it's all about getting the finest ingredients, employing fine cooking techniques, enhancing the cooking with natural ingredients, and presenting them in an international way," says chef Bobby Geetha, 37, over a call from Dubai.

As we exchange pleasantries, I search the Oxford English Dictionary, only to discover that fine dining, in fact, refers to the 'practice of eating well.' That was the original idea in the early use of the phrase, as opposed to the current meaning!

Geetha, a London-based chef - one of the favourite semi-finalists on MasterChef UK Season 8 - has trained and worked at Michelin-star estab...