A journey to Canadian cuisine-A A +A
Saturday, September 15, 2012
CELEBRITY Chef Sharwin Tee is getting ready for Caf‚ Marco?s Canadian Buffet this September.
"I am looking forward to sharing a great selection of Canadian gourmet delights with Davao," Chef Sharwin said.
Chef Sharwin is no stranger to Canadian cuisine, having trained in the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts in Vancouver in 2004. Apart from a Diploma in Culinary Arts, Chef Sharwin also bagged a School Award for Outstanding Attitude and a Food Safe Certificate in British Columbia.
A cheerful disposition coupled with exceptional culinary expertise and a gift of gab is his formula for winning the "Clash of the Toque-en Ones," Lifestyle Network's search for a Star Chef in 2010.
These same enviable skill sets gave him a TV show: Chef Sharwin is both chef and host of Lifestyle Network's Curiosity Got the Chef, which is making waves on air. He writes and develops recipes for the show.
A basic culinary arts teacher at Xavier School (Greenhills), Chef Sharwin also gives private cooking lessons. As a personal chef, he designs bespoke dinners for the Ambassador of Canada to the Philippines and members of the diplomatic corps, media and entertainment personalities.
"Given his superb training and his natural knack for cooking, Chef Sharwin is certain to be in his element in a cooking show and in Caf‚ Marco's show kitchen," Marco Polo Davao's F&B Manager Ian Mendoza said.
Watch Chef Sharwin strut his stuff as Marco Polo Davao, in partnership with the Embassy of Canada, features his Canadian-inspired creations at Caf‚ Marco.
Special limited offer available daily for dinner from September 14 to 30, 2012. For inquiries and reservations, please call 221.0888 local 7222 or 7223.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on September 16, 2012.