Romy Gill is one of the few female Indian chef/owners in the UK, having opened Romy’s Kitchen Restaurant in Thornbury, Bristol in 2013. She was awarded a MBE for her services to hospitality industry on the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honors list in 2016.Romy recently appeared as a judge on the Chef’s table in 2016 Celebrity Masterchef finals and will be seen more on TV in 2017. She contributes regularly to food publications such as Crumbs, Olive, Delicious and Saveur, and now been writing for suitcase magazine has featured in The Guardian, Observer, Telegraph & Independent . She is a regular on BBC Radio4 Food Programme and is now a judge for the programme. Romy regularly demonstrates her cooking at many festivals both in the UK and abroad. She does lot of work for Frankwater and action against hunger.