Unearthing the d'Or of Culinary Excellence

For all the Brisbane foodies out there, I have some good news for you.

If you have space in your social calendar on August 25, why not join George Calombaris for a memorable night of culinary experiences at the Sofitel Brisbane Central, where the much loved celebrity chef will announce Australia's 2015 representative for the Bocuse d'Or.

Being one of the worlds most prestigious cooking competitions, Bocuse d'Or is often been referred to the culinary equivalent of the Olympic Games. The championship is named after the chef Paul Bocuse and the event takes place during two days in January in Lyon.

The upcoming gala dinner involves a decadent five-course menu to be prepared by chefs Patrice Falantin, Phillipe Mouchel, Alain Fabregues, Stephen Clarke and Pierrick Boyer who will kindly provide their time in support of the Australian Team. An auction will also be a feature at the dinner, where diners will have the opportunity to purchase a private dinner for ten people cooked by the winning candidate.

Foodies can now purchase single and group tickets at www.bocusedoraustralia.eventbrite.com.au. The bunnies note that all ticket proceeds will fund training, travel and coaching expenses for the crowned Australian candidate.

It promises to be a mesmerising culinary event for a worthy cause. 

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