The Ubud Food Festival is a three-day event that will tantalise your taste buds with various Balinese and international cuisines.
Ubud is regarded as Bali’s cultural heartbeat and a prime destination for local and foreign tourists. This means it is the perfect location for this festival as it draws thousands of visitors annually.
Ubud Food Festival Dates 2023 Workshops & Cooking Classes, Bali
Over three action-packed days, chefs will dish up their cutting-edge innovations and time-honoured, well-tuned flavours. At the same time, food experts shine a light on the latest food technology, sustainable practices and methods for soil conservation.
The program includes thought-provoking panel discussions, immersive masterclasses, workshops, food tours, long table lunches, dinners, jungle foraging, walking tours and cocktail parties. At night you can unwind at the Festival hub while experiencing Bali’s best pop-up food stalls, film screenings, live music and DJs.
Following the announcement for the theme this year, ‘Soil’ (Tanah) and artwork, they are thrilled to announce the first chef lineup for this year’s Ubud Food Festival and the special events featuring them.
Joining this year are prominent, award-winning names from the local and international culinary scene, with the likes of Petty Elliott (who just launched her new book, The Indonesian Table), Hans Christian (whose Jakarta fine-dining restaurant, August, has just been named The One to Watch by Asia’s Best New Restaurant) as well as Filipino chef Johanne Siy (named Female Chef of the Year 2021) and Singaporean chef LG Han, the face behind Singapore’s Labyrinth restaurant.
Through special events and cooking demos, food tours and talks, workshops and masterclasses, music and performance, films and markets, the three-day cross-cultural culinary adventure will introduce audiences to flavours far beyond rendang, sate, gado gado, and nasi goreng.
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