Wednesday, January 31, 2018

{Re} Food Forum: 6 Exclusive Dinners


{RE} FOOD FORUM: 6 EXCLUSIVE DINNERS





{Re} Food Forum, in partnership with Fine Dining Lovers, comes to Bangkok on 19 and 20 March with an impressive line up of talks, intimate chef masterclasses and of course, a selection of one off exclusive dinners, all on the theme of sustainability.

From 16 to 21 March a host of well known chefs from some of the best restaurants in Asia, including Thailand's Bo.lan, Bali's Locavore and Vask Gallery in Manila, will be in town to host 6 dinners.

All dinners will be operated on the principals of {Re}, with minimal waste, using only ingredients from ethical sources and a big emphasis on endemic ingredients. See the details and how to book below.

What's more - the money raised from the dinner tickets will be used to fund the forum, with profits donated to charity.

{RE} FOOD FORUM - THE DINNERS


Friday March 16, Anantara Riverside
Nahm, Bo.lan and the Fcuking Chefs - Thai Barbecue

Some of Thailand's best chefs will join forces at the Anantara Riverside bbqing up some firm favourites served with Thailand's own Grand Monte Wines and craft beers.

Book a table here.

Sunday March 18, Le Du First
Richie Lim, Eelke Plasmeijer and Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn - Asia's Rising Stars

In this six hands dinner chefs from Bali's acclaimed restaurant, Locavore, Taiwan's MUME and Bangkok's Le Du will join forces to create a menu to remember.

Book Asia's Rising Stars here.

Sunday March 18, Appia
Douglas McMaster and Joe Sloane - Top to Tail

Expect no waste at this dinner from the master of minimising food waste, Doug McMaster and Bangkok's Joe Sloan, from Sloan's Artisan, at Italian eatery Appia.

Book top to tail here.


Sunday March 18, Quince
Darren Teoh and Joannès Rivière - Forgotten Ingredients

French-born Joannes and Malaysian born Darren showcase some of the forgotten ingredients that Southeast Asia has to offer.

Book Quince here.


Monday March 19, Haoma - SOLD OUT
Titti Qvarnström Nordic Style

Wednesday March 21, Bunker
Ivan Brehm and Luis “Chele” Gonzalez Brazil meets Spain

Spanish-born Chele Gonzalez from VASK Gallery in Manila, and Brazilian-born Ivan Brehm from Nouri in Singapore come together to create a sensational dinner at Bunker.

Book Brazil meets Spain here.

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