Selina Periampillai is a British-born Mauritian food pioneer, self-taught chef and food blogger. She is behind the successful Taste Mauritius brand, she hosts monthly supperclubs from her home, feeding people a taste of Mauritian cuisine plus organises and hosts regular pop ups around London taking over restaurants like Roti Chai, Peyton & Byrne at The National Gallery and involving culture as well as great food, with sega music/dancing to accompany the Mauritian experience. She also runs cookery classes teaching street food in Central London and provides a Mauritian private catering for clients.
With a passionate plan to revolutionise Mauritian cuisine, she loves feeding people. Having appeared in and written for Jamie Oliver.com, Great British Chefs, Air Mauritius Blog, The Guardian, Good Food Guide, Food Network, Good Taste Magazine and more she can always be found in the kitchen cooking up a tropical feast.
You can follow her on Twitter at @tastemauritius or check her out at her blog and website at www.tastemauritius.com