Peruvian free-rider chef, Diego Muñoz will be making his way to Bali this month to collaborate with
Agung Gede on a series of culinary events and experiences at The Bodrum EDITION’s destination
dining outlets, BRAVA, Morena and Kitchen.
Agung Gede is Executive Chef of Bali restaurant Kayuputi, and is, therefore, the perfect local foil to
Muñoz’s nomadic creativity. The collaboration will include culinary experiences including breakfasts,
cooking classes and dinners. They are open both to the general public and the hotel’s guests.
Located by the beach, Morena hosts a Nasi Goreng (Indonesian stir-fried rice) cooking class and
a session with Gede on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th August.
On Monday 12th August Muñoz and Gede will create a 10-course dinner with a unique wine
selection by the famous French winemaker Pascal Jolivet. The menu celebrates the biodiversity of
the environment while using only the freshest local produce that Turkey has to offer.
Kitchen at The Bodrum EDITION sees guests and locals alike enjoy the traditional Kahvalti
–Turkish breakfast which includes Turkish bread simit and menemen (one-pan eggs with tomatoes and
peppers) alongside a fresh and simple assortment of colourful fruits and vegetables. On Friday
9th and Saturday 10th August Gede will bring his signature dishes including a traditional seafood
omelette and steak and eggs to the traditional breakfast spread.
The events take place from 9th until 12th August at The Bodrum Edition’s restaurants BRAVA,
Morena and Kitchen.