Bocuse d’Or


Denmark, led by Kenneth Toft-Hansen, is the winner of Bocuse d'Or 2019, the biggest culinary competition in the world, in partnership with S.Pellegrino. The chef and his team were crowned in Lyon. His team mate Christian Wellendorf Kleinert was awarded the best commis of the competition.

The Silver Bocuse d'Or went to Sweden and the Bronze one went to Norvegian team. So, North Europe ruled in Lyon!

Other three prize were given during the Awards ceremony, which honoured the memory of Paul Bocuse, the creator of the "Olympic games" of gastronomy.

Morocco won the Best Poster Prize, while the Special Theme on Plate Prize went to France and the Special Theme on Platter Prize went to Finland.

Bocuse d'Or Finale has been held every two years since 1987, candidates representing 24 countries give their best in hope of winning the greatest contest in modern cuisine.

Each team was charged with preparing and presenting two dishes, a theme on a plate and a theme on a platter, which honored both Paul Bocuse, the competition founder, and Joël Robuchon, the first and latest Honorary President of the Bocuse d’Or, during the 30th anniversary of the contest in 2017.

Kenneth Toft-Hansen lift the crown from reigning champion Matthew Peters from the USA, 2017 Bocuse d'Or.

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