The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019 Unveils Exciting Line-up to Take Place in June 2019
@ 24 May 2019
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants has set foot on Singapore, its first Asian host city and will welcome the biggest culinary names globally from Saturday 22nd June to Wednesday 26th June 2019.
The much anticipated ranking and awards, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna will bring together several world-renowned chefs in a series of masterclasses, live discussions, and collaborative dinners to celebrate food and gastronomy. The awards ceremony will be held at the Sands Theatre within the iconic Marina Bay Sands on Tuesday 25th June with an extended programme of associated events and activities for international culinary professionals and food lovers alike.
Also in the exciting line-up is #50BestTalks
: Kitchen Karma – 90 minutes with the world’s leading culinary personalities. Held on Sunday 23rd June, this live discussion will feature French Chef Eric Ripert, Chef Ana Roš, Chef Tetsuya Wakuda, Chef Mr Massimo Bottura, and Chef Daniela Soto-Innes from various different award-winning restaurants. In this discussion, these chefs would discuss their careers and philosophies regarding respect, mindfulness and happiness. Guests can also look forward to special guest appearances as well as audience participation for a lively, interactive session.
What is a cooking event without a masterclass? The World’s 50 Best Restaurants will also be organizing a series of live cooking and tasting with ground-breaking international chefs. Meet Chefs like Chef Rasmus Kofoed, Chef Virgilio Martínez and Chef Pía León, or Chef Gaggan Anand up close and personal, while witnessing the global culinary talent each chef brings to the table.
Guests can also look forward to exceptional dining experiences curated by acclaimed chefs from the most celebrated restaurants worldwide paired with some of Singapore’s best chefs to cook up a unique experience for diners.
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