At Goya, we are obsessed with storytelling. In fact, the word 'goya' refers to the 'could it be?' that arises as you listen to a riveting story. The only thing we love better than a good narrative, is a good narrative around food. Using mediums as diverse as photoessays, podcasts, videos, long-form narratives, even listicles, employing voices across disciplines, we aim to offer insight into culture, politics and identity. We are committed to nurturing a community of individuals and businesses who are passionate about food. 

GOYA MEDIA produces 3 uniquely distinct digital publications.
The Goya Journal - a digital publication focussed on culinary storytelling. The Journal collaborates with interesting and definitive voices in the media space to talk about food through the lens of sociology, politics, culture, identity and power,

The Malabar Tea Room - a personal narrative of a mother-daughter duo living and cooking on the Malabar coast.

Tamarind Trail - a crowd-sourced food-travelogue that documents hyperlocal cuisine and related experiences.

Goya Media Production Company: 

Leveraging our substantial experience in the food media business, we lend our expertise in digital media and brand communications to assist brands in creating quality content that captures the essence of their product and promote it in the most effective way. 

We offer the following services in the food-space: 

  • Branded content creation
  • Digital and social media communications
  • Photo and video content creation
  • Website and related content development
  • Recipe development

Some of the brands that the founding members have worked with include Vogue India, Yahoo India, Food Lovers Magazine, Food52, Lucky Peach, Hindu Business Line, Nat Geo Traveller, NDTV Food, Life & Thyme, Cherry Tin, Mubeena Shariff Chocolatier, Brown Paper Bag, Bajaj FinServ, and Valentino RED.