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The 16th edition of the five-day Culinary Art India commenced at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Hosted by the Indian Culinary Forum (ICF) in partnership with ITPO and Hospitality First, the event witnessed a spectacular display of talent and innovation in various culinary disciplines.

This edition features over 600 chefs showcasing their culinary excellence under 18 categories. The participants will be judged by a distinguished panel of WACS-certified jury members from both India and abroad. This year’s competitions are being chaired by Chef Gautam Sethi, Cluster Executive Chef, Accor Hotels, Kata, Phuket, Thailand, with Chef Arvind Rai serving as the organizing secretary.

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Says Chef Davinder Kumar, President of the Indian Culinary Forum, “This platform offers chefs a unique opportunity to exhibit their culinary prowess while striving to elevate their skills to international standards. Beyond mere competition, this experience fosters growth, providing invaluable exposure and a dynamic environment for chefs to learn and exchange culinary insights. Underlying our mission is a commitment to uniting the culinary community, enhancing the profession through educational initiatives, industry events, and the establishment of new benchmarks in hospitality.”

Sharing his excitement for Forum Secretary General Chef Vivek Saggar, adds, “Culinary Art India provides a unique platform for chefs to showcase their skills and creativity. It’s inspiring to see such a diverse range of talents come together to celebrate our culinary heritage.

He further says, “Following last year’s overwhelming response for culinary theatre, we’re continuing this year with around 20 culinary theatre classes with renowned chefs sharing their expertise and teaching various dishes to both young chefs and the audience. This provides food lovers with the opportunity to learn and savor delicious dishes.”


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