The Park Regis Kris Kris Hotel- Dubai is to host Taste of Singapore food festival between November 10 and 25, celebrating the opening of its signature restaurant Kris.Star of the show will be Singapore’s celebrity chef, Devagi Sanugam, author of 20 cookbooks, columnist, teacher, entrepreneur
(TRAVPR.COM)UAE - October 13th, 2011 - TASTE OF SINGAPORE AT PARK REGIS KRIS KIN HOTEL - DUBAI
The Park Regis Kris Kris Hotel- Dubai is to host Taste of Singapore food festival between November 10 and 25, celebrating the opening of its signature restaurant Kris.Star of the show will be Singapore’s celebrity chef, Devagi Sanugam, author of 20 cookbooks, columnist, teacher, entrepreneur and professional bon vivant who has starred in cookery programmes on the BBC and CNN as well as conducted cookery classes on four continents.Known as the Spice Queen, Chef Devagi will work alongside the hotel’s own Executive Chef, Poonsak Sumonratanakul, to recreate the culinary delights of Singapore in Dubai, with a sumptuous set menu every night featuring noodles, chicken rice, rojak and other Singaporean delicacies.
For aspiring gourmet chefs, Chef Devagi will be conducting two master classes, on November 10 and 11, showcasing her skills and offering insider tips and professional expertise during a morning session, followed by lunch – price of this is AED 80.The Kris Restaurant owes its name to the asymmetrical dagger indigenous to much of South East Asia, and the menu there reflects the diversity of the regional cuisine, offering a spice trail through China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, India to as far as Arabia.Located on the 19th floor of the Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel, it offers fantastic 360 degree views of the Dubai skyline and features a chic cocktail lounge, walk-in wine cellar, both intimate and group table settings and a refined Oriental décor to match the elegance of the cuisine.
According to General Manager Scott Butcher, the Taste of Singapore food festival will provide an ideal incentive for Dubai residents to discover the exceptional cookery skills of Chef Poonsak as well as enjoying the showmanship of Chef Devagi.“Singapore cuisine is well known for its spice and flavours, and it is a city where people love their food – this will be reflected in the festival at Kris, and we are confident it will put the restaurant on the culinary map of Dubai,” he said.Located opposite Burjuman Shopping Mall and the Metro, the 390-room Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel offers brasserie and Asian dining; a sports bar; rooftop pool, fitness centre, event facilities for up to 220 people and a business centre, while room amenities include Wi-fi, interactive TV system with 40+ channels, desk and mini-bar, tea- and coffee-making equipment, designer bathrooms and 24-hour room service.
For more information please visit www.kris.ae.
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