A Nolte Kitchen isn't just a kitchen. It's the place where the family gathers, where children play, and where friends are entertained. Where thoughts are shared and memories made. It's the multi-faceted heart of the beautiful home, designed to make everyday cooking, and life, real pleasures. Welcome to the Social Kitchen.

An evening composed of sparkling conversation, fine wine, and delectable cheese. Celebrity Chef Manu Chandra along with Ar. Alpa Shikre, Ar. Annkur Khosla, Ar. Hemanti Sutaria, Ar. Rupesh Baid, Ar Shabnam Gupta, and Mrs. Manisha Seth gathered ideas around 'The Social Kitchen'. There was cuisine, fun, and laughter to spread all around the kitchen on the occasion of the newly opened showroom in Mumbai.

The Social Kitchen is not just a place to cook, it's a place to entertain. This was the base for the panel discussion at the newly launched Coimbatore store along with Celebrity Chef Manu Chandra (Executive Chef at Olive Bar and Kitchen), Architect Siddarth G. Sankar (Sankar & Associates), and Architect Arun Prasad Prakashan (Arun and Associates) and co-ordinator Mr Alok Duggal (Director, Nolte India). The event bloomed with thoughtful discussions, interactive conversations, cuisine, and merriment.

It was a sparkling one fine evening with Nolte launching its new store in the city of joy - Kolkata. Celebrity Chef Manu Chandra (Olive Bar & Kitchen), Ar. JP Agarwal, Mr Ajit Kumar Jain, and Ar. Kamal Periwal were a part of the Social Kitchen ideation and discussion. In all, a lovely evening and a fun gathering.

Architects, designers, and guests gathered around Nolte The Social Kitchen in Mysore on one fine Thursday. Celebrity Chef Manu Chandra (Executive Chef at Olive Bar and Kitchen) along with well-known architects from Mysore - Ar. Chandan C and Ar. Pulikeshi Wari spoke about the kitchen trends and how Indians are moving towards the open kitchen design.

Great kitchen design comes, not only from great products, but from the details. Loaded with innovative features and varied solutions for smart storage, Nolte kitchens can be anything. The life of the party. The centre of activity, art, storytelling and culture. A personal retreat, a space of peace and calm. And of course, it's also the best place to become a master chef.

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Celebrity Chef Manu Chandra, of Olive Bar and Kitchen fame, is the epitome of balance between the culinary arts and social grace. His insight into what makes the perfect Social Kitchen gives us new ideas for making the space special. He believes that kitchens need to be shared spaces that are enjoyed not just on a Sunday morning, but every day.

Nolte Bengaluru Social Kitchen
"I grew up around a kitchen. Refuge for me was the kitchen. When I had finished my homework I went to the kitchen. And that's where the love affair with food started."
- Chef Manu Chandra,
on how the family kitchen brought him to his chosen profession, one in which he has reached an exalted level of sublime perfection.
Bangalore Social kitchen event
"Kitchens have become a lovely social space. Everyone wants to cook, everyone wants to come together. And I think it has become a fun, collaborative, exciting, and interactive experience for the family and guests."
- Architect Sandeep Khosla,
An architect who has some very prominent and unqiue projects to his name, Sandeep Khosla shares his extraordinary vision for how the kitchen will evolve as a space of interaction.