Top female chefs from Phuket unite for a good cause on Saturday 22 April at Kata Rocks. Saint Euphrasia BanYa Literacy Centre, supporting 150+ Burmese students, will be the recipient of the event proceeds.
Five of Phuket’s finest female chefs from the island’s premier luxury resorts and restaurants are joining forces. Count on each talented chef to present amazing culinary dishes reflecting their home country or restaurant menu. Participating chefs include:
- Chonthicha (Mook) Surajaroenjai, Pastry Chef of Rustic – Eatery & Bar
- Belinda Tuckwell, Executive Chef from The Pavilions Phuket,
- Patrizia Battolu, Executive Chef of la Gritta, Amari Phuket,
- Laia Pons, Executive Chef of Kata Rocks,
- Anongrat (Piak) Meklai, Executive Sous Chef of Black Ginger, The Slate Phuket
Musical entertainment by Phuket’s top female DJ, Fabuloops, runs from 9pm to 12midnight, with a live auction featuring fabulous holiday prizes to exclusive destinations also on offer.
Tickets to ‘The Sassy Chefs Kitchen’ Dinner are priced at THB 3,800 net per person with all proceeds raised going towards assisting literacy center.
Good Shepherd Phuket helps women and children on the island who have been abused, are caught up in human trafficking or the sex industry, as well as in poverty or suffering from HIV. They are given shelter, counseling, schooling and the opportunity to re-educate themselves and thus earn a decent living. Handicraft items made by the women are also sold at some of the top resorts in Phuket.
This important gastronomic fundraiser is proudly sponsored by The Phuket News and is scheduled for Saturday 22nd April, 2017 starting from 6pm.
For reservations & information please email Donna Toon, (for Good Shepherd Phuket) email@example.com