The Hotel Show to host Chef’s Table competition

The second edition of the Chef’s Table will see 12 chef go head-to-head

The competition will offer 12 UAE chefs the opportunity to showcase their skills and creativity in a timed cooking competition.
The competition will offer 12 UAE chefs the opportunity to showcase their skills and creativity in a timed cooking competition.

The second edition of The Hotel Show Dubai, held from September 17-19 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, will offer 12 UAE chefs the opportunity to showcase their skills and creativity in a timed cooking competition.

“Team effort will be integral to win this competition, where contending teams will be judged based on hygiene, kitchen skills, creativity in putting ingredients together, cooking skills and of course taste,” said Chef Uwe Micheel, president of the Emirates Culinary Guild, who will lead the panel of expert chefs judging the competition.

To recreate a full dining experience from the moment someone steps into a restaurant, participating teams are required to have one barman, two service members and three members in the kitchen, with the addition of a steward.

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“The first edition of Chef’s Table hosted at The Hotel Show last year was a resounding success and it quickly earned its status as a star feature at the event,” Nathan Waugh, portfolio director – Hospitality Division at dmg events said.

“We’ve expanded the competition by a third this year, and we’re delighted to once again be partnering with Emirates Culinary Guild for this exciting competition, which serves as a glowing testament to the culinary excellence that the UAE proudly offers,” he adds.


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