The Hundred-Foot Journey Characters

Richard C Morais
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Hassan Haji

Hassan was the second of six children. He was born above his grandfather’s restaurant on the Napean Sea Road in West Bombay. . While growing up, Hassan looked up to his grandfather. Years later, Hassan was chosen by Madame Mallory, a master chef, to be her apprentice. She had seen something very special in his culinary talents. After several years of training with Madame Mallory, Hassan landed a job in Paris. Eventually, he opened his own restaurant and became part of the small circle of elite chefs that were considered the best in all of France.

Madame Gertrude Mallory

Madame Gertrude Mallory was the innkeeper of the celebrated inn and restaurant known as Le Saule Pleureur. Originally from Loire, she was a very private person who was feared for her sharp-tongue and unfriendly demeanor. She worked long hours in the inn's kitchen to perfect her culinary skills...

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