Dubai's Five Palm Jumeirah's Quattro Passi to host 'battle of the chefs'

The chef with the most ordered number of dishes throughout the three-day period will be crowned winner

Restaurants, Quattro passi, Five palm jumeirah, Dubai

Quattro Passi at Five Palm Jumeirah is hosting a three-day “battle of the chefs”.

The Italian restaurant is pairing with two-Michelin-starred chef Massimo Mantarro for the event that kicks off on Tuesday November 20.

The battle is in collaboration with the World Italian Summit. On the first day there will be a special gelato menu.

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For the following three days (Wednesday November 21 to Friday November 23) Mantarro will go head-to-head with Quattro Passi Dubai’s head chef Giuseppe Pezzella in the kitchen, each creating a special five-course tasting menu.

Each menu is priced at AED550 ($150) per person, and the chef with the most ordered number of dishes throughout the three-day period will be crowned winner.

Each chef will be creating one of each course, and you can alternate between the two menus. The most popular dish on each course will win.

Mantarro is visiting from Sicily, where he is executive chef of the San Domenico Palace Hotel, which is home to two-Michelin-starred restaurant Principe Cerami.

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