Chefs are one of the most important reasons for the success of any restaurant. They work behind the scenes preparing delicious food for guests with discerning tastes. To recognise the talent in the kitchen, Indian Culinary Forum announces 14th Annual Chef Awards. The Chef Awards will begin with a charity lunch on October 20 followed by three other segments including Trade Test (culinary competition), Chef Summit and Chef Awards 2017. The Trade Test culinary competition will be held from October 26 to 30, 2017, where the nominated professional chefs from all over India will showcase their culinary prowess in 11 categories. The Chef Summit on November 1 will be held at The Ashok Hotel. Renowned Chefs will discuss current trends and changes in the Hospitality industry. In Chef Awards function, over 15 categories of awards will be presented to talented Chefs selected by a Jury comprising industry professionals, food critics and connoisseurs. The chairperson of the jury would be Sri Lankan chef Alan Palmer, Global Culinary Competition Coordinator.
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