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World Gourmet Festival returns with star-studded line-up

One week, 10 guest chefs, too many Michelin stars to count. 

By Wanvida Jiralertpaiboon | Aug 17, 2017

  • World Gourmet Festival returns with star-studded line-up
    Dish by chef Bobby Chinn
  • World Gourmet Festival returns with star-studded line-up
    Dish by chef Hiroaki Ishizuka
  • World Gourmet Festival returns with star-studded line-up
    Dish by chef Jock Zonfrillo
  • World Gourmet Festival returns with star-studded line-up
    Dish by chef Miguel Laffan
Anantara Siam’s World Gourmet Festival returns for the 18th time on Sep 4-10, with 20 dinners to choose from cooked by 10 top chefs from around the world.
 
The honor roll includes Guillaume Galliot, whose Hong Kong restaurant Caprice (at the Four Seasons hotel) is an island byword for high-end French cuisine—and holds two Michelin stars.
 
Other must-reserve dinners come from Cristina Bowerman from Glass Hostaria (Rome, Italy), where he serves high-flying modernist cooking techniques in the rustic Trastavere neighborhood, and Christian and Manue Costardi, aka the Costardi Brothers (Vercelli, Italy), who bring hipster charm to produce-driven tasting menus.
 
Dinners start from B5,900 with B600 of that going to charity. For the schedule, see www.worldgourmetfestival.asia.
 
Anantara Siam Bangkok, 155 Ratchadamri Rd., 02-126-8866

 

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