What Every Vancouver Food Lover Should Be Doing For Brunch This Sunday

Photo: Joern Rohde | www.joernrohde.com

What promises to be an amazing brunch experience goes down this Sunday, November 24th as more than a dozen of British Columbia’s best chefs will be at The Vancouver Club to cook in support of Bocuse D’Or Team Canada. Guests will have the chance to meet all the chefs, taste their dishes, and get to know the newly formed Canadian Team that will soon represent our country on the world stage.

Tickets to the grazing event are $85 all in, which is a steal considering who’s doing the cooking at the 18 different food stations (with drinks included). Seriously, take a look at this line up and try not to drool…

CONFIRMED CHEFS:

Samuel Sirois – Bocuse d’Or Chef / Candidate
Ned Bell – The Vancouver Club & Ocean Wise
Alex Chen – Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
David Hawksworth – Hawksworth & Nighingale
Scott Jaeger – Pear Tree
James Walt – Araxi / Il Caminetto
Bobby Milheron – West
Hector Laguna – Botonist at Fairmont Pacific Rim
Lucais Syme – Autostrada (formerly Cinara)
Makoto Ono – Mak n’ Ming
Adam Pegg – La Quercia
Neil Taylor – Home Block at Cedar Creek Winery
Sean Murray – Pan Pacific Hotel
Stacy Johnston – Ocean Wise & Vancouver Aquarium
Malinda Taylor – Fanny Bay Oysters
Erin Vickars – Private Chef
Mark Pennington & Christophe Bonzon – Cacao Barry & Chez Christophe

Tickets are $85, fully inclusive
Venue: The Vancouver Club | Date: Sunday, Nov 24th | Time: 11am – 1pm


About Bocuse d’Or Team Canada | Le Bocuse d’Or was founded in 1987 by legendary French chefs, Paul Bocuse & Albert Romain. Bocuse d’Or Canada is a not-for-profit organization devoted to inspiring culinary excellence, to promoting Canadian cuisine, terroir, producers, ingredients and products here in Canada and abroad. Together, the team and the Bocuse d’Or Canada family composed of the country’s best chefs and top industry professionals, are on a mission to shine the spotlight on our industry in order to further define and promote our cuisine. Our passion is strongly rooted in our desire to unite, share and transmit our mutual expertise, the techniques and savoir-faire amongst Canadian chefs but also with the next generation in order to shine the spotlight onto our food industry with foodies from coast to coast and on the world stage. Visit www.bocusedorcanada.ca for more information.

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  1. It will be a great event,excellent chefs, fabulous ingredients,wine to sample, friends to meet , see you all there

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