19th World Gourmet Festival Brings a Stellar Line Up of International Chefs to Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel
In a nod to the Thai capital taking its rightful place on the international culinary stage with the launch of the first Bangkok edition of the Michelin Guide last year, a stellar line up of thirteen chefs from twelve Michelin-starred restaurants are set to take over one of the city’s most exclusive addresses.
Anantara Siam Bangkok organized the first gathering of Thailand’s Top Sommeliers in “The Thai Sommelier Affair 2018” led by Mr. Prateep Kanisthachart, Sommelier of Anantara Siam Bangkok. This event aimed to promote the sommelier profession in Thailand and to offer wine lovers a chance to meet award-winning sommeliers and renowned Chefs as they shared their passion and discussed their favourites while learning and tasting nearly 200 labels of premium vintages from 23 companies.
The Thai Sommelier Affair 2018 ครั้งแรกในการรวมตัวของซอมเมอลิเยร์แถวหน้ารุ่นใหม่ของไทย
Japanese Chef Hiroaki Ishizuka of 1 Michelin star Kien restaurant in the Akasaka district, Tokyo, conducted a cooking demonstration session exclusively at the 18th World Gourmet Festival, a major gastronomic event in Bangkok, hosted annually by Anantara Siam Bangkok.
The dish presented on this occasion was a “Kuruma Prawn in Japanese Pumpkin Dumpling, Slow Cooked Duck Breast, Snow Peas”, which was one of the delightful 5-course menu served during the festival.
Portuguese Chef Miguel Laffan of 1-Michelin star L’AND Vineyards in Alentejo, Portugal, conducted a cooking demonstration of one of his signature dishes, ”Pork Terrine, Langoustine Tart, Fennel Purée, Carrot Salad with Passion Fruit and Bergamot”, at the 18th World Gourmet Festival, a major gastronomic event in Bangkok, hosted annually by Anantara Siam Bangkok.
Star Studded 18th World Gourmet Festival Returns to Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel in A Gastronomic Landmark Year
During a year when the Thai capital is taking its rightful place on the international culinary stage – from being ranked as the best city in the world for street food and the top spot in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list to fervently anticipating the first Bangkok edition of the prestigious Michelin Guide by the end of 2017 – some of the world’s leading chefs are set to take over one of the city’s most exclusive addresses in a gastronomic nod to the City of Angels’ triumph.
The “Discover Wines of Italy Bangkok 2017” Grand Tasting & Exhibition, which was under the Patronage of the Embassy of Italy Bangkok & the Italy Trade Agency, took place recently in the Grand Ballroom of Anantara Siam Bangkok.
Japanese Chef Hideaki Sato of 1-Michelin Star Ta Vie restaurant in Hong Kong conducted a cooking demonstration of “Mille-Fleurs” aux Framboises (Rose~Rasberry~Red Dragon) dessert during his recent participation at the 17th World Gourmet Festival at Anantara Siam Bangkok.