About Me

Sarah Ali Choudhury is an accomplished celebrity chef, and has recently appeared on a hit Channel 4 cookery show where she prepared meals for two-time Michelin Star awarded restaurateur Michael Caines MBE and one of Britain’s most acclaimed chefs and food writer, Prue Leith CBE.

At the age of 20 Sarah was recognised as the youngest Asian female to manage an Indian restaurant. Following her successful career in hospitality, Sarah’s passion for authentic food led her on a new venture and she started creating her own Asian inspired dishes. As a private chef, Sarah travels up and down the country preparing delicious dinners for high net worth individuals at events.

Appearing at locations around the UK this summer, Sarah is taking the food festival scene by storm and is also preparing to launch her outdoor catering business in a few months’ time.

“I have always been in the Indian food business and am born into a family with generations of experience when it comes to food.  I’ve been inspired to create my own dishes and sharing the experience of cooking with people.”

Her expertise and knowledge is highly sought after. Sarah has her own YouTube channel and regularly appears on That’s Solent TV (Freeview Channel 7) and Channel S TV (Sky 814).  She  contributes to Asian World Media group, Daily Echo and Banglar Kanthar (Bangladeshi newspaper in Singapore and Malaysia) as a columnist. She has appeared in House magazine and as a busy mum of four, has worked with many parenting bloggers, spreading the word on how quick and easy preparing a curry can be for your family.

Sarah is an Ambassador for the UK Nepal Friendship Society and Child Nepal to assist in helping people to overcome the Earthquake disaster and is a keen advocate of women’s right and the empowerment of women and supports Janaki Women’s Awareness Society.