Now in its third year and featuring chefs visiting from InterContinental Medellín in Colombia, this will be an authentic celebration of traditional Colombian hands-on cooking.
You don’t have to leave London to enjoy the authentic taste of South America. This autumn, top brunch spot – Cookbook Cafe – at the five-star InterContinental London Park Lane is hosting a series of public Gourmet Festivals as part of the hotel’s commitment to creating highly engaging, uniquely authentic and ultimately, enriching experiences.
Exploring the brand’s Latin heritage*, InterContinental London Park Lane’s much anticipated series of Gourmet Festivals will celebrate the soul of South American cuisine so gastronomic adventurers can experience the exotic taste of Colombia and Peru by simply heading to Park Lane.
The week-long culinary festivals will deliver creative, authentic menus, interactive cookery demonstrations and seminars from acclaimed chefs. Plus with live acoustic music, traditional art and costumes, diners can sit back, relax and totally immerse themselves in an experience that promises the ultimate fusion of culture and cuisine.
Colombia Gourmet Festival, 23 September – 3 October 2011.
Celebrating the inherent Colombian tradition for hands-on cooking across generations, the festival – now in its third year – will be an authentic celebration of Colombian culture. The event’s dedicated chefs, some of whom are visiting from the InterContinental Medellín in Colombia, will create spectacular menus that explore and evoke the style and flavours of many culinary traditions across Colombia and her regions.
* First InterContinental hotel opened in Brazil in 1946.
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