Mobile kitchen classes a first for the Middle East
Gaggenau and Bang & Olufsen team up for new concept
A state-of-the-art mobile kitchen has been showcased as a first for the Middle East.
Gaggenau, which makes hi-tech home appliances and Bang & Olufson have teamed up to launch the Gaggenau Mobile Kitchen concept.
The kitchen will be on display at the Lawn at the Address Montgomerie in Dubai.
Bang and Olufsen will celebrate its 85th anniversary with culinary classes to be led by top chefs from the Armani Hotel and the Address Montgomerie, Dubai.
The Gaggenau Mobile Kitchen combines restaurant-grade features with minimal design for a contemporary look. The participating chefs will share tips on preparing delicacies.
Henning Voss, chief executive officer, BSH – Middle East, Africa & East Asia said: “Gaggenau, one of the top-luxury German brands, ranks alongside the major design-oriented global brands and is focused on innovation and creating cutting-edge appliances. Our product range will appeal to discerning individuals, who do not compromise on quality and insist on nothing but the best for their homes.
“In the 1880s during the industrial revolution, Gaggenau was known as a place where new products came to life. Gaggenau rose to an internationally known luxury brand in 1961 when we started to develop top-quality kitchen appliances. Since then our kitchen appliances have been characterised by special practical benefits, top quality, surpassing design and constant innovations. We are proud of our history and our appliances incorporate the knowledge and skill of specialists and our decades-long experience.”
Voss added that the Middle East was a key market for the concept.
Up to 15 people can participate in the cooking class per session. To make a reservation or more details, please call 04 3631275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The classes will be led by Stuart Sage, executive chef, The Address Montgomerie Dubai, who has over 17-years experience in the industry and has worked for numerous fine-dining restaurants and five-star resorts throughout Europe and the Middle East.