Chef Alessandra del Favero together with Chef Oliver Piras, of 1 Michelin-star AGA Ristorante in San Vito di Cadore, Italy presented “Lentils, Red Fruits, Lavage, Roast Potatoes Broth”, one of their much loved dishes, at a master class of the 19th World Gourmet Festival, a Bangkok’s major gastronomic event hosted annually by Anantara Siam Bangkok.
Chef Alessandra del Favero & Chef Oliver Piras 1 Michelin-star AGA Ristorante in San Vito di Cadore, Italy
Alessandra grew up in Pieve di Cadore, Venice and graduated from Alma – The International School of Italian Cuisine. She spent time in Brusaporto (one of the temples of Italian cuisine), the Da Vittorio restaurant of Fratelli Cerea and worked with Norbert Niederkofler at St. Hubertus at the Hotel Rosa Alpina in San Cassiano. She then returned home, to the family hotel-restaurant in San Vito di Cadore, wanting to reconnect with her past and deepen her understanding of the land. Here, she opened AGA restaurant with Oliver Piras, whom she met while studying at Alma, and together they developed a menu with a focus on the land and local surroundings; with many of the herbs foraged from just outside of the restaurant. In 2016, they were awarded a Michelin-star.
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Three Michelin Starred German Chef Thomas Bühner Features at the St. Regis Bangkok, 12 to 16 December 2018
With 3 Michelin Stars and international acclaim, German Chef Thomas Bühner, previously of La Vie, Osnabrück, Germany, shares his unique culinary perspective at Jojo and VIU, at The St. Regis Bangkok, from 12th to 16th December 2018, for a series of lunches, dinners and Sunday brunch.
First ever open-air film screening experience at European Union Film Festival 2018
The 27th European Union Film Festival returns to Bangkok this year, presenting an open-air movie screening experience for the first time ever as the European Union celebrates the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH) in 2018.
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The Ultimate Dining Experience with the Newest 3-Michelin Star in France. Appearing for the First Time in Thailand! Culinary Master 3-Michelin Star French Chef Christophe Bacquié Visits VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery by Sofitel, 4th – 8th December
27 RESTAURANTS AWARDED STARS IN THE MICHELIN GUIDE BANGKOK, PHUKET AND PHANG-NGA 2019
PRU in Phuket, Ruean Panya in Samut Sakhon, and Suan Thip in Nonthaburi Named the First One-Michelin-Star Restaurants Outside Bangkok
Michelin today releases the MICHELIN Guide Bangkok, Phuket and Phang-Nga 2019, the second edition of the MICHELIN Guide in Thailand, and the first to cover new territories outside Bangkok: Phuket, Phang-Nga, and Bangkok’s surrounding provinces (Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Sakhon, and Samut Prakan). In this latest edition, 217 dining and 67 lodging establishments are featured – with a total of four two star restaurants, of which one is a new addition; and 23 one star establishments, of which 10 are new additions.
TWO MICHELIN-STARRED CHEF TAKAGI KAZUO Returns to Lord Jim’s Restaurant, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok on 23rd – 24th November 2018
Two Michelin-starred Chef Takagi Kazuo returns to Lord Jim’s for an extraordinary 6-course degustation dinner menu including Onsen egg with dashi jelly and truffle and Wagyu beef tenderloin sukiyaki, yuzu sabayon Seasonal mushrooms and baby leek, price at THB 4,100++ (THB 4,826 net) per person optional sake-paring for 5 glasses in priced at THB 1,450++ (THB 1,707 net) on 23rd – 24th November 2018.