The Regency Kuwait goes vegan

Swedish food artist creates a molecular seven-course menu for the property's Al Liwan Lounge

The Regency Hotel  will incorporate some of Chef Tora’s item into the Liwan Lounge menu
The Regency Hotel will incorporate some of Chef Tora’s item into the Liwan Lounge menu

The Regency Hotel Kuwait recently hosted a vegan fine-dining event by the “award-winning” Swedish food artist, Tora Flora, a statement revealed.

The guest food artist created a molecular menu of seven courses for two VIP vegan dinners that were hosted by The Regency at Al Liwan Lounge for a limited number of 24 guests, according to the statement.  

Otto Kurzendorfer, the general manager of The Regency Hotel Kuwait, said: “The Regency will continue to cater to the growing community of vegans in Kuwait.

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“We were keen to introduce a unique vegan fine dining experience to our affluent guests, through inviting chef Tora Flora, who combined science, food and art to create a memorable experience based on some plant-based dishes.”

The Regency Hotel revealed that it will incorporate some of Chef Tora’s item into the Liwan Lounge menu as a spin-off from vegan event.  

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