Shanghai to host star chefs at Savour festival

Updated 2016-09-30 10:12:48 chinadaily.com.cn

Following the launch of the Michelin guide for Shanghai, the first on the Chinese mainland, a galaxy of chefs and owner-chefs at Michelin-starred restaurants around the world are due in Shanghai for the Savour Food Festival.

Initiated in Singapore five years ago and introduced to Shanghai successfully last autumn, this year's event is joined by chefs from five restaurants beyond the city and another seven local chefs.

The big stars to expect for the five-day event running from Oct 4 to 7 include Alvin Leung from Bo Innovation in Hong Kong, and Dennis Huwae from the Netherlands' &Samhoud Places. Most dishes will be cooked on site by the chefs, most priced at 60 yuan () and the rest at 90 yuan.

Location: No 688 Shenchang Road, The Hub (Hongqiao Xintiandi), Shanghai

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