Shubhra Paul Banker is a popular food and travel influencer who has created a storm on platforms of social media with her contemporary and ingineous experiences.
She’s one of the talented influencers who has her interest in the travel, food and lifestyle world.
To achieve a high sky in all these domains, someone has an excellent knowledge and creative ideas to conquer. Shubhra Paul Banker is creating such an example by proving this right. She indeed has something that makes her stand apart. Despite being a challenging task, Shubra is making headway in her domain. Her stories of tremendous success are enough to influence someone.
Shubhra’s Instagram account handle (gastronomichournal) is enough to make you drool over. Her posts and reels will definitely make you have a crush on different cuisines. To make a best profile in this field someone has learned to explore and in that note have interest in travel. She loves to explore new places and new foods. She has a talent to engage his followers by her travel and food influencing. She has a follower count of 124k of her food, travel and lifestyle blog. Shubhra Paul’s handle gastronomicjournal has also been featured on Times of India, MissMalini and Radio Mirchi.
Started from a very small beginning from a small town like Nagpur, gastronomicjournal has left a sparkle by covering Mumbai’s street food like Sardar Pav Bhaji, Anand Dosa and Vada Pav Stall, Pappu Juice Wala, Noor Mohmaddi to popular fast-food joints like Leopold’s, Jimi’s Burgers, Joey’s Pizza, Gateway Taproom to luxury restaurants like Bayroute, Izumi, Kangan etc. Also Shubhra has been invited by many restaurants in Mumbai to promote them. A true example of a Girl from a small town who has created a name for herself.
Recently she shared her amazing experience about her USA trip and about that she stated, “In Puerto Rico we visited El Yunque Rainforest, old San Juan for sightseeing, the forts and tried the original piña Coladas, Playa seven seas (beach), San Juan, cueva del Indio, Castillo San Felipe del Morro. Then we took a ferry to the island of Vieques for The Mosquito Bioluminescent Bay, visited the 400 year old ceiba tree at Ceiba de Vieques natural Park and saw horses on the beach.”
Shubhra has really jumped off the page by her experiences shared with her audience. “If you love to do something, it’s all about consistency, personal interaction, persistence, experimentation and a ‘go for it’ attitude” says Shubhra.