CHEF’S DAY OUT

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Euro­pean food sym­po­sium CHEFDAYS makes its Ger­man de­but

On 11 and 12 Septem­ber, CHEFDAYS—one of Europe’s most sig­nif­i­cant food sym­posia—makes its Ger­man de­but in Ber­lin this year. Pre­vi­ously based in Aus­tria, CHEFDAYS was in­tro­duced in 2014 by highly ac­claimed culi­nary pub­li­ca­tion Rolling Pin and has be­come the event to beat for in­no­va­tion in the Ger­man-speak­ing gas­tron­omy and ho­tel sec­tor, at­tract­ing over 3,000 vis­i­tors an­nu­ally.

Slated to speak at CHEFDAYS Ger­many 2017 are some of the big­gest names in the culi­nary world: Joan Roca from El Celler de Can Roca in Spain—third on The World’s 50 Best Restau­rants list; Ras­mus Ko­foed of Gera­nium, Copen­hagen’s first three-Miche­lin-starred restau­rant; An­dreas Cam­i­nada from the three-Miche­lin-starred Schloss Schauen­stein in Fürste­nau, Switzer­land; and Vladimir Mukhin from Moscow’s White Rab­bit, which takes 23rd spot on the World’s 50 Best Restau­rants list.

Join­ing the list of speak­ers at this year’s CHEFDAYS, is Ryan Clift from Tip­pling Club in Singapore—a first for South­east Asia. Sup­ported by Tip­pling Club’s head chef Ayo Adeyemi, Clift will be pre­sent­ing a cooking demon­stra­tion fea­tur­ing the de­lec­ta­ble and umamiladen A4 Toriyama wagyu. Tick­ets from 98€. Eiswerder­straße 14, 13585, Ber­lin, Ger­many. chefdays.de

WORDS CHEONG SHU JUAN

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