Sarika Jhunjhunwala is an Indian businesswoman and restauranteur. Sarika is a part of the Jindal family and the founder of Café Os.
Sarika Jhunjhunwala was born as Sarika Jindal.
Height (approx.): 5′ 2″
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
Sarika Jhunjhunwala’s father, Om Prakash Jindal, was a businessman and chairman of the Jindal Organisation. O. P. Jindal served as the Minister of Power in the Government of Haryana in 2005. He passed away on 31 March 2005 in a helicopter crash.
Sarika’s mother, Savitri Devi Jindal, is a businesswoman and politician of the Indian National Congress. Savitri took over as chairperson of the Jindal Organisation after the death of her husband. In 2023, Savitri was named the richest woman in India.
Sarika is one of eight siblings. Naveen Jindal is a Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited (formerly known as Jindal Strips Limited), chancellor of O. P. Jindal Global University, and an industrialist. Sajjan Jindal is the chairman and managing director of the JSW Group. Prithviraj Jindal is the non-executive chairman of Jindal SAW Limited. Ratan Jindal is the chairman of Jindal Stainless Limited. Seema Jindal Jajodia is a health coach and the owner of Nourish Organics. Sarika’s other siblings include Urmila Bhuwalka and Nirmala Goel.
Husband & Children
Sarika married Girish Jhunjhunwala, the owner and executive chairman of the Ovolo Hotels. The couple have three children, two daughters named Avni and Avisha, and a son named Shivang. Avisha runs the clothing brand Ekam.
Sarika Jhunjhunwala owns multiple eateries, including Café Os and Spice Box. She also owned and ran the now-closed restaurant, Veda, which was a high-end Indian restaurant in Hong Kong. Sarika ran Café Os in Hong Kong. She introduced Café O as a hybrid café-restaurant concept and expanded to five locations in Hong Kong.
- Drink: Lassi flavoured with ginger and honey, freshly squeezed lemonade with green chilli.
- Indian Dish: Kaali daal (black lentil curry)
- Food Destination: Sydney
- In an interview, Sarika stated that her top 5 favourite restaurants from around the world are Asia de Cuba in Los Angeles, Nobu in New York, Otto in Hong Kong, Cinnamon Club in London, Bukhara in Delhi and La Lucciola in Bali. Rama Drama
- Sarika follows a vegetarian diet.