Sashi Singh of Kathmandu Bombay Clay Pit

Sashi Singh shows off his famous tandoori chicken, as he works in the kitchen of Kathmandu Bombay Clay Pit, Brentwood’s top spot for authentic Nepalese and Indian food. Photo by Heather Brewer.

When Sashi Singh moved to the U.S., he knew he wanted to keep doing what he loved – cooking.

On the heels of more than a decade of working in a restaurant, he was definitely up to the task.

“For 16 years, I worked at a steakhouse in Belgium,” said Singh, who lives in Brentwood with his wife, Chandani. “When I moved here two years ago, I wanted to keep cooking for people, so I opened my own business.”


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