The 19th World Gourmet Festival Returns to Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Expect an international lineup of chefs from a dozen Michelin-starred restaurants.

Canapaes at the preview of World Gourmet Festival.

There’s no doubt that Bangkok is a foodie’s havenespecially with the launch of its inaugural Michelin Guide last year, which cemented its place on the international culinary stage.

Come September 3–9, the Thai capital will play host to the 19th World Gourmet Festival at the luxurious Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel.

Held in partnership with Sanpellegrino and Gastronauts Asia, the food extravaganza will feature a stellar line up of 13 chefs from 12 Michelin-starred restaurants from around the world.

Throughout the duration of the festival, the guest chefs will each host two dinners in the hotel’s award-winning Biscotti, Madison, Spice Market, and Shintaro restaurants.

A creation of chef Ryohei Hieda.

In a first for the international culinary event, foodies and budding and professional chefs alike can attend master cooking classes, where they will have the opportunity to savor specially prepared dishes from the visiting chefs’ World Gourmet Festival menu repertoire.

On September 6, two Japanese chefs will team up with the hotel’s own chef Ryohei Hieda to present a master class of six dishes, each paired with sake by chef and sommelier Seju Yang from S’accapau, Tokyo.

Other star-studded chefs to look out for include Bobby Chinn and famed chocolatier Paul A. Young. Young will present two chocolate master classes followed by a chocolate-inspired afternoon tea, while Chinn will host the Diageo Night at the Bangkok’s much-loved Aqua Bar on September 8.

Dessert by Paul A Young.

Apart from showcasing top chefs around the world, the festival also supports the HRH Princess Soamsawali AZT Fund for Pregnant Women of The Thai Red Cross Society by donating dinner ticket and auction proceeds to the fund.

More information here.

 

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