As a prelude to the Awards, ICF will organize trade tests for professional chefs in various categories in Banarasidass Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management from 16th to 20th October, where the chefs from different hotels will compete with each other
Indian Culinary Forum as a part of the celebration of International Chef Day will organize the 12th edition of Annual Chef Awards 2015 on October 23rd , in association with the apex body- Indian Federation of Culinary Associations & World Association of Chef Societies. The award ceremony will be held at Hotel Ashok, New Delhi.
The event will be categorized in three formats- ‘Trade Test’, ‘Chef Summit’ & the grand finale ‘Chef Awards 2015’.
As a prelude to the Awards, ICF will organize trade tests for professional chefs in various categories in Banarasidass Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management from 16th to 20th October, where the chefs from different hotels will compete with each other under 11 categories.
WACS' (World Association of Chefs Societies) certified chefs will judge & decide the winners of Chef Awards. Chef Summit is an educational workshop for young chefs where the renowned speakers from the industry will share their knowledge with youngsters on different issues.
Malaysian Chef, Lee Chan Wai will be the Chairperson of the Hon'ble Jury along with renowned national & international chefs. Annual Chef Awards 2015 will be supported and attended by renowned names from the hospitality fraternity. The grand Award ceremony of Chef Awards would include various categories such as Lifetime Achievement Awards, Golden Hat Award, Silver Hat Award, Lady Chef of the year Award and much more.
Chef Davinder Kumar, President Indian Culinary Forum, says "The evolution & concept of this Chef Awards is to recognize honour and promote among the fraternity of Chefs and encourage youngsters to join the industry. On this joyous occasion of the International Chefs Day I would like to assure our members, corporate members and associates that ICF will constantly thrive to bring our fraternity closer and continue our commitment to encourage the betterment of the culinary profession, through improved education, related industry events and collaboratively setting new benchmarks in the hospitality industry.” Chef Vivek Saggar, General Secretary, of Indian Culinary Forum, says, Chef Awards have been marked as a special occasion to accredit a chef as an artist. The idea is to create awareness for the profession of chefs who have renowned name in hospitality sector and have set remarkable standards in the art of cooking.”