Three younger cooks from Taiwan, France and Australia are taking up for a culinary celebration of multiculturalism.
The concept of turning a business kitchen over to a (comparatively) junior chef is one which, by its very nature, is just about assured to supply some fascinating outcomes. But the spin Melbourne restaurant Half Acre has placed on the Broadsheet Kitchen Series idea – whereby junior cooks take the reins at a few of Australia’s most enjoyable eating places – is extra than simply fascinating.
When Broadsheet Kitchen involves Half Acre on September 11 it will not simply be one chef taking command of the restaurant’s kitchen for the night – it’s going to be three, every of whom will discover the delicacies of their homeland. With one chef from Taiwan, the second from France and the third from Australia, the outcome might be a culinary celebration of multiculturalism.
Vincent Angebault, Wei-Si Yuan, Jeanette Macko are the three cooks stepping up for the night.