Chilli crab sliders in Denmark
Five Singapore chefs will be serving their interpretations of local food in a culinary festival in Copenhagen
Published on Aug 24, 2014 6:37 PM
Coffee pork ribs, kueh pie tee and chilli crab sliders will be making their way to Denmark next week, as part of an annual culinary festival in the country's capital, Copenhagen.
Five Singapore chefs serving traditional and contemporary takes on local cuisine have left for Copenhagen to represent the country at the city's 10th instalment of the 10-day gourmet event, which is also touted as Northern Europe's leading food festival.
It started last Friday and ends next Sunday, and also includes cooking demonstrations, hands-on workshops and experimental epicurean experiences.
The five participating chefs are Bryan Chia and Petrina Loh, both 32, chef- owners of sharing plates restaurant Morsels in Mayo Street off Jalan Besar; Lee Boon Seng, 29, sous chef of contemporary Australia restaurant Osia at Resorts World Sentosa; Wayne Liew, 30, of popular zi char restaurant Keng Eng Kee in Alexandra Village and Vicky Quek of popiah and kueh pie tee shop Kway Guan Huat in Joo Chiat.
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