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Gauri Devidayal has upended Mumbai's fine-dining scene with a series of innovative nightspots.

Gauri Devidayal, 37, doesn't like to cook. "I have zero desire to get into the kitchen and make something. I don't find it relaxing like others do," she says. But she does step into the kitchen to make cupcakes with her five-year-old daughter, Dia. Luckily for Mumbai, Devidayal is fussy about eating good food. She and her partner-husband Jay Yousuf, of hospitality group Food Matters, have given Mumbai The Table, the

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