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The 8th Annual World Gourmet Festival

Address:Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok
155 Rajdamri Road, Bangkok
Phone:02-250-1000
Fax :02-253-9195
 
Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok is proud to present the 8th annual World Gourmet Festival, a week-long celebration of first-class food and fine wines from around the globe. Enjoy a range of superb meals representing a dozen different culinary styles, and learn some new tips and techniques at informative cooking classes held by experienced international master chefs and wine experts.

The Festival is coordinated and supervised by Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok Executive Chef Nicolas Schneller and his team.

World Gourmet Brunch
The Flavors of a World on a Plate


Take a trip round the world of food and sample a fascinating array of dished from each of our award-winning restaurants. Our special World Gourmet Brunch is your opportunity to try fabulous international cuisine created by each of our visiting chefs the choice is up to you!

And so is the choice of where to dine: al fresco at Aqua, the colourful Spice Market, or stylish Madison all to be found in the garden setting of Parichart Court.
World Gourmet Brunch including Beverages
Sunday, September 16 from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm
Bt 2,500++ Venue: Parichart Court

World Gourmet Gala Dinner

The highlight of the week-long Festival! Enjoy a richly varied seven-course meal organized and jointly presented by all the celebrity chefs in collaboration, accompanied by award-winning wines from around the globe.

An auction to benefit HRH Princess Soamsawalis Save a Childs Life from Aids Project under the auspices of the Thai Red Cross will include luxury travel to Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts destinations around the world , art, fashion, jewelry and accessories.

Seven Course Gala Dinners including Wines
Thursday, September 13 at 7:30 pm
Bt 8,500++ Venue: Ballroom
World Gourmet Chefs

Patrizia Di Benedetto: Bye-Bye Blues, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
Born in Palermo, Sicily, in 1960, Patrizia learned traditional Sicilian cooking from her mother. In 1991 she opened Bye Bye Blues a great success from the very beginning, with its concentration on a lighter cuisine, using plentiful fish and vegetables and the fresh flavours of the Mediterranean. The restaurant also distinguished itself by its unusual and innovative desserts. She was named Best Pastry Chef in Espressos Italian Restaurant Guide.
Five course dinners including wines
Sunday, September 9 and Monday, September 10 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,500++ Venue: Biscotti

Paul Wilson: The Botanical, Melbourne, Australia
Credited with serving some of Australia s most exciting food, Paul Wilson has been described as one of the most extraordinary culinary talents in the Commonwealth, acclaimed for inspiring dishes that take an innovative approach to cuisine traditions.
Five course dinners including wines
Sunday, September 9 and Monday, September 10 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,900++ Venue: Madison

Michael Ginor: Owner of Hudson Valley Foie Gras, New York, USA
Part of the World Gourmet Festival from its beginning, Michael joins us again for a record 8th time. Michael and his business partner Izzy Yanay established Hudson Valley Foie Gras, the major foie gras producer in the world today, and since 1998, have distributed its moulard duck products through a network of domestic distributors extending throughout the United States, and beyond
Five course dinners including champagne wines
Sunday, September 9 and Monday, September 10 at 7:30 pm
Bt 5,800++ Venue: Shintaro

Romain Fornell: Caelis, Barcelona, Spain
The first French chef to be awarded a Michelin star in Spain, Romain was born in Toulouse into a family with Catalan roots. He studied at the prestigious hospitality school of Toulouse, graduating first in his class and being named Best Young Chef in the Midi Pyrénées. Working at the famous Les Jardins de lOpera he learned the basics of classic French cuisine, and in 1996 he moved to Barcelona as the Sous-Chef for La Maison du Languedoc Roussillon restaurant.
Five course dinners including wines
Tuesday, September 11 and Wednesday, September 12 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,900++ Venue: Biscotti

Douglas Rodriguez: Gaucho Restaurants, London, England
Chef Rodriguez, Godfather of Nuevo Latino Cuisine, has changed the image of Latino food in America and opened award winning restaurants across the USA. His most recent, DeLa Costa in Chicago, recently received 3 stars from the Chicago Tribune. He is also the consulting chef for Gaucho Argentinean Restaurants in the UK.
Five course dinners including wines
Tuesday, September 11 and Wednesday, September 12 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,000++ Venue: Madison

Steven Snow: Fins Restaurant, Byron Bay, Australia
Steven opened La Brasserie in Rose Bay, which was rated the best quality pub restaurant in Sydney. From there he moved his family to the north coast of NSW and opened his first Fins Restaurant. In 1998 Fins was relocated to its current location in Byron Bay. It has since been rated the Best Seafood Restaurant in Australia (2004) and has been rated 2 chef hats (highest rating 3) by the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide for 9 years running.
Five course dinners including wines
Tuesday, September 11 and Wednesday, September 12 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,900++ Venue: Shintaro
Nicole Krasinski: Rubicon, San Francisco, USA
Nicoles desserts garnered 3 stars from the San Francisco Chronicle, and in 2005, she was named one of the Chronicles Rising Star Chefs. That same year, San Francisco Magazine named her Pastry Chef of the Year. Along with Chef Brioza, she has helped re-establish Rubicon as one of the top dining destinations in San Francisco, earning a Michelin star in the inaugural San Francisco Bay Area Guide. Most recently, Chef Krasinski was named Best San Francisco Pastry Chef 2007 by Star Chefs.
Afternoon Tea
Wednesday, September 12; Thursday, September 13; and Friday, September 14 from 2:00 6:00 pm
Bt 700++ Venue: Lobby Lounge

Roberto Donna: Galileo, Washington DC, USA
Born in the Piedmont region of Italy, Roberto Donna arrived in Washington, DC at the age of 19 with almost a lifetime of cooking school education from his native Torino and throughout Europe. In 1984 he opened Galileo and gained a strong following in the DC Metropolitan area. Among the many accolades bestowed upon Roberto, one of the most notable came in 1996 when Galileo was named one of the twenty finest Italian restaurants in the world by the President of Italy.
Five course dinners including wines
Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,900++ Venue: Biscotti

Suzanne Tracht: Jar Restaurant, Los Angeles, USA
Suzanne Tracht is among the rare group of American women chefs who have achieved the ultimate dream of owning their own restaurant. At Jar, her modern chophouse in the heart of Los Angeles, Suzannes contemporary interpretations of standard dishes like Pot Roast and Chocolate Pudding prove that delicious food can also be unpretentious.
Five course dinners including wines
Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,900++ Venue: Madison
Susur Lee: Susur and Lee, Toronto, Canada
Chef Susur unique cooking style can be traced to his childhood experiences in Hong Kong, where he was born. In 2000, he opened his namesake restaurant Susur, followed in 2004 by his second restaurant, Lee. While Susur is a fine dining establishment, offering diners a unique, celebratory dining experience with a combination of classical French and Chinese cuisine, Lee Restaurant focuses on New Asian urban cuisine - Southeast Asian with a European background - served in an upbeat atmosphere.
Five course dinners including wines
Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15 at 7:30 pm
Bt 4,900++ Venue: Shintaro

Katrina Kanetani: Pier Restaurant, Sydney, Australia
Katrina started cooking when very young, collecting recipes and cookery magazines and baking cookies for her sisters, and soon realized it would be her lifes work. Katrina began working at Pier in 2004 as head pastry chef, creating ethereal desserts that combine tastes, textures, temperatures and visual appeal. She was awarded the title of Chef of the Year for 2007 by the Sydney Morning Heralds Good Food Guide.
Afternoon Tea
Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16 from 2:00-6:00 pm
Bt 850++ Venue: Lobby Lounge
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