Royal Thai Consulate-General Hosts Cooking Competition With 12 Chefs From Dubai's Top Thai Restaurants

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01-Jul-2019

The Royal Thai Consulate-General in Dubai hosted a Thai cooking competition at the Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM), Dubai. The 'Art of Thai Culinary 2019' event was presided over by H.E. Waravuth Pouapinya, Ambassador of Thailand to the UAE and Mr Chairat Sirivat, Consul-General of Thailand to Dubai. The event aims to increase awareness and understanding of the Thai culinary scene.

The traditional Thai dish of "Lon Goong" (shrimp in coconut milk relish), and the hugely popular Thai dessert (CNN's world's 50 best desserts) "Tab Tim Grob" (water chestnuts in sweetened coconut milk) were chosen for 12 Thai chefs from 12 Thai restaurants across Dubai to cook whilst competing to create the best dishes. The contestants were judged by Thai government officials based in the UAE, presidents of the Thai Professional Culinary Club in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Thai food experts from the Thai Catering Department, Thai Airways International, PCL and the UAE, and media representatives.

The results are as follows:

Lon Goong

Winner:
Ms. Amara Mahayothee
Bambooda, Roda Al Bustan Hotel

First runner-up
Mrs. Nongrak Chantharapradit
Benjarong, Dusit Thani Hotel, Dubai

Second runner-up
Mrs Supaluk Sangruk
Spicy and Ginger

Tab Tim Grob
Winner
Mr. Amorn Charoenkarn
Pai Thai

First runner-up
Ms. Supisara Singmanee
Little Bangkok

Second runner-up
Ms Amara Mahayothee
Bambooda, Roda Al Bustan Hotel

An awards ceremony will be held in August 2019 where the winners of each menu and their restaurants will be presented with certificates and trophies, respectively, and the winning chefs of Lon Goong and Tab Tim Grob will perform cooking demonstrations. Leading food bloggers and media in partnership with Tourism Authority of Thailand's Middle East office will also review the restaurants of the winning chefs for each dish.

Thai Smile Foodstuff Trading LLC, Vega Foodstuff and Beverages LLC, and EAHM sponsored the event.
About Tourism Authority of Thailand:
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) was established on 18 March 1960. TAT was the first organisation in Thailand to be specifically responsible for the promotion of tourism. TAT supplies information and data on tourist areas to the public and publicises Thailand with the intention of encouraging both Thai and international tourists to travel in and around Thailand. TAT has established many overseas offices, the first being in New York, which opened in 1965. During the past 30 years, TAT has established 29 offices in different parts of the world. The 29th office has already been opened at Fukuoka, Japan.
 

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