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Internationally acclaimed chefs will descend on the German capital Berlin from 13 to 16 May 2017 for S.Pellegrino sponsored,Terroir Berlin, the first time the globally renown culinary symposium has landed in the city.
Four days of workshops, meetings, dinners and tastings will unite top names in the business, as Berlin’s best restaurants provide an exciting opportunity to listen, talk, taste and debate the future of the evolving Berlin food scene.
Here's what's happening and how to get involved:
Terroir Berlin Forum forms the highlight of the four days, taking place on Monday 15th May when chefs, industry leaders and press will debate Berlin’s burgeoning food scene.
Rubbing shoulders with them will be international food and local food media, as well as a selection of local restaurants including Dóttir & Studio Olafur Eliasson, emphasising the experience of Berlin's rich culinary food scene and gastronomic heritage.
The importance of mentoring young culinary leaders will also be discussed, with special guest Matthias Walter, German winner of the S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2016 competition rounding out the events with a final party.
Terroir Berlin Dinner
Thoughts turn to culinary prowess on 16 May, as Terroir’s international guest chefs pair up with Berlin counterparts to prepare a dinner to remember, as follows:
Magnus Ek & Marco Müller (Rutz)
Matt Orlando & Dylan Watson Brown (ernst)
Mark Best & Micha Schäfer (Nobelhart & Schmutzig)
Ana Ros & Victoria Eliasdóttir (dóttir)
Jeremy Charles & Sebastian Frank (Horvath)
Amanda Cohen & Lode van Zuylen (Lode & Stijn)
The creative sparks are sure to fly as each duo prepares and presents a course based on their skills and what they've learnt from their shared time together during the symposium.
The result will be a eclectic five course menu full of international influences, with wine pairings, a fitting celebration of the terroir-focused mindset Terroir Berlin is all about.
Find more info on how to reserve a table with some of the word's best chefs here.