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Jakarta Culinary Feastival 2018 Kicks-off in November
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Wednesday, 05 September, 2018 | 21:36 WIB
Jakarta Culinary Feastival 2018 Kicks-off in November

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Jakarta Culinary Feastival (JCF) is set to be held once again on November 1-4 at Jakarta`s Senayan City.

According to its press release on Tuesday, September 4, the festival promoter Ismaya Live Brand Manager Sarah Deshita said that the culinary event will put forward visitors’ experience in the tasting, studying, and overall involvement regarding food. 

“They will also be able to witness international and domestic chefs perform at cooking show sessions,” said Sarah in Jakarta. The cooks will not only show their skills in cooking but also urge visitors to participate in cooking classes. 

The event will also see a cooking competition in search for new talented chef entitled ‘The Chef Hunt 2018’ that partners with known cooking institution Le Cordon Bleu. Winners are given the opportunity to showcase their talents at the JCF 2018.

The Chef Hunt 2018 will be opened for the general public either foreign or domestic from the age of 17 – 30. Ismaya also offers opportunities for businesses in the culinary industry to be tenants throughout the Jakarta Culinary Feastival event.

FRANCISCA CHRISTY ROSANA



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