One of the local television’s most beloved chefs gets his turn to share wit, humor and of course, truly delectable dishes at The Maya Kitchen’s Culinary Elite Series.
Japanese chef Seiji Kamura is a regular fixture at the Maya Kitchen, hosting Lifestyle Classes on Japanese Cooking, Knife Skills, as well as authoring several Maya Kitchen cookbooks.
XO46 Heritage Bistro, the brainchild of husband and wife restaurateurs Andrew Masigan and Sandee Siytangco-Masigan was the recent feature of The Maya Kitchen’s Culinary Elite Series 2015.
XO46 Heritage Bistro is featured in The Maya Kitchen’s Culinary Elite Series. As a homage to our Spanish heritage, XO46 also offers a selection of tapas and an array of fine wines from Rioja, Baxias, Villadolid and Catalunya, Spain.
Luciano Paolo Nesi, world-class restaurateur of Italian fine dining, a trained Sommelier (AIS-WSA), WSET Educator, and Managing Partner at L’Opera Group, Inc. will be at the Maya Kitchen on March 28, 2015, Saturday 9:00AM to 1:00PM for this year’s first Culinary Elite Series demo and lunch experience.
In 1979, Larry J.Cruz, a journalist and information man, made a career change and opened his first restaurant, Café Adriatico.
A fresh face in the culinary arts scene, Cara has worked and apprenticed alongside world-renowned top chefs, at some of the most prestigious dining establishments in North America
A Swiss national who has honed his skills in various kitchens and restaurants overseas like Israel and Sweden, Chef Martin has also been part of Hyatt Hotel, and Manila Hotel.
Chef Amy Besa shares her culinary discoveries, from the seemingly common dish of Ukoy, to the delightfully unheard of technique of Kulawo.
Romulo Cafe has established itself as a fine Filipino restaurant serving up traditional local cuisine with a modern flair and with portions perfect for sharing.