‘A Tale of 3 Chefs’ promises an unforgettable evening of gastronomic delight, live music, and exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences, all in support of the Assistance to Children in Care Association (ACICA).
Taking place on Saturday 18th November at the Portomaso Suite, Hilton Malta, St Julian’s, at 7.30pm, Executive Chefs Eduardo Gandia Martinez, Pedro Corredor, and Raúl García Molina will join forces to curate a decadent three-course dinner that promises to tantalise taste buds and elevate the dining experience to new heights.
The evening will not only be a feast for the palate but also for the ears, as the talented Mark Rapa will provide a musical backdrop to enhance the ambiance. Guests can expect a blend of culinary excellence and musical artistry, creating a memorable atmosphere throughout the night.
What sets ‘A Tale of 3 Chefs’ apart is the exclusive peek behind the kitchen doors. A live feed from the kitchen will be displayed on screens, allowing attendees to witness the culinary magic as it unfolds. This immersive experience provides a unique opportunity to connect with the chefs and gain insight into the creativity and precision that goes into crafting each dish.
All profits from the evening will go to ACICA.
For ticket information and reservations, please view the event brochure here.
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