Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok announces 15th World Gourmet Festival

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok announces the 15th annual World Gourmet Festival

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok 15th World Gourmet Festival

July 8, 2014: Making each edition grander than before, Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok is all set with this year’s World Gourmet Festival as the full line-up of chefs is confirmed.

Seven master chefs from six different countries will take part in the festival scheduled to take place from September 1 to 7, 2014 at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok. It’s time to sample some food art from exquisite crafters like Chef Akrame Benallal (Akrame, Paris); Chef Paolo Casagrande (Lasarte Restaurante, Barcelona), Chef Thierry Dufroux (Bistrot Belhara, Paris), Chef João Rodrigues (Feitoria, Lisbon), Chef Hideaki Sato (Tenku RyuGin, Hong Kong), Chef James Syhabout (Commis, Oakland, California), and Chef James Viles (Biota Dining, Bowral, NSW, Australia).

The hotel has also devised a World Gourmet Festival package for those who want to stay in the thick of it as they breathe in the delicacies all throughout! It includes overnight accommodations at the Hotel, access to their Executive Club and a featured dinner of your choice (for two) once during your stay.

As before, the World Gourmet Festival is supporting HRH Princess Soamsawali's Save A Child's Life from AIDS Project under the auspices of the Thai Red Cross Society. THB 600 from the price of every World Gourmet dinner ticket, as well as proceeds from the World Gourmet live auction, will be donated to this charity.

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