IHG introduces bespoke celebrity chef menus

Seven celeb chefs will create their own bespoke menu for IHG's Middle East restaurants

Restaurants, Dean brettschneider, Ian kittichai, Ihg celebrity chefs, Ross lusted, Sam leong, Takagi kazuo, Theo randall, Vikas khanna

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has started a new programme of menus crafted by international star chefs across all their hotels in Asia, the Middle East and Africa (AMEA).

The group has partnered with seven renowned chefs, each of whom has created a bespoke, three-course menu for all InterContinental and Crowne Plaza hotels. Each chef’s menu features a choice of two appetizers, main meals and desserts.

Pascal Gauvin, COO, India, Middle East and Africa, IHG Group said: “We are constantly looking to offer new experiences to diners. Our IHG Culinary Ambassadors are some of the most respected in the industry, with restaurants around the world boasting Michelin stars and multiple awards.

“The programme will offer guests a unique way to experience the different cuisines and signature dishes from these renowned chefs at IHG restaurants across the region.”

The schedule of celeb chefs is:
17 – 30 August: Michelin star Indian cuisine by Chef Vikas Khanna
31 August – 13 September: Modern Australian by acclaimed Chef Ross Lusted
14 –27 September: Thai Cuisine from award winning Chef Ian Kittichai
28 September – 11 October: Chinese cuisine from Chef Sam Leong
12 – 25 October: Two Michelin star Japanese by Chef Takagi Kazuo
26 October – 1 November: Modern Bakery from Chef Dean Brettschneider
2 – 15 November: Italian cuisine from top Chef Theo Randall

IHG currently operates more than 800 restaurants and bars in AMEA with more than 250 hotels from six brands: InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express and Staybridge Suites.

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