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Asia Leisure wins 18 awards at Culinary Art Food Expo 2019

Properties from Asia Leisure Hotels were recognised for their master culinary skills with 18 awards at the Culinary Art Food Expo 2019 held at the BMICH recently. Southeast Asia’s largest food and hospitality show and culinary challenge, the Culinary Art Food Expo is an annual event organised by the Chefs Guild of Sri Lanka together with the World Association of Chefs Societies and CDC Events & Travels.

Over 3,000 chefs working in resorts, hotels and restaurants across the island as well as from overseas participated in the competition in a wide range of categories in both live and static contests. Thirty-two international culinary judges from 14 countries were present to judge the various events while foreign contestants and teams from Abu Dhabi, Australia, India, Maldives and Philippines also took part.

Culinary presentations were judged on the basis of creativity, hygiene, taste, texture, flavour and appearance by a panel of reputed local and foreign judges who also took into account ingredients and sourcing, nutrition, and historical significance. Asia Leisure properties Taprobana, Wadduwa; The Habitat, Kosgoda and Shinagawa Beach, Balapitiya participated.

Taprobana took home 10 awards including two Gold awards, three Silver awards and five Bronze awards in appetiser, dessert, Sri Lankan cooking and mocktail categories while The Habitat was awarded three awards including one Gold. Meanwhile Shinagawa Beach was recognised for their superior culinary skills with five awards including one Gold, two Silver and two Bronze awards. The Gold winners will participate in the upcoming Culinary Olympics, to be held in February 2020 in Germany.

“We are extremely proud to have been recognised at this internationally accredited, prestigious event. The Culinary Art Food Expo 2019 provided a platform for our chefs and F&B teams to showcase their creativity, innovation and wide-ranging talents. Being recognised for their skills and hard work with 18 awards is a monument to their natural aptitude and Asia Leisure Hotels’ high standards,” said Asia Leisure Hotels CEO Reyhan Morris.

Asia Leisure Hotels’ vision is to provide one-of-a-kind hotel experiences across a variety of locations with focus on unique concepts, catering to a diversity of interests and tastes of the luxury traveller. Le Grand, Galle; The River House, Balapitiya; Tamarind Hill, Galle; Shinagawa Beach, Balapitiya; The Habitat, Kosgoda; and Taprobana, Wadduwa are known for their picturesque locations, and promising experiences and memories that lasts a lifetime.

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