Andrew Walsh

Cure Restaurant, Singapore;
Joint Chef-Owner Andrew Walsh on a journey through his Irish heritage with his newly launched Nua Irish cuisine at CURE


Christian Tetedoie

Têtedoie, Lyon, France;
Christian Tetedoie trained under Paul Bocuse and George Blanc, and is a MOF (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France). He opened his first restaurant in 1986 and was awarded his first Michelin star in 1990. He moved to the current premises in 2010, and at present holds one Michelin star.


Dave Pynt

Burnt Ends, Singapore;
Dave Pynt is chef-owner of Burnt Ends, a modern Australian barbecue restaurant in Singapore’s Chinatown.


Farah Quinn

Indonesian Celebrity Chef, Jakarta; @farahquinnofficial
Farah Quinn’s first cooking show, called Ala Chef, was broadcast on the nationwide Trans TVand Asian Food Channel.[4]The program is about her exploring the local cuisine of Indonesia. She made her first fully international appearance on Asian Food Channel.


KF Seetoh

Celebrity Food Critic, Singapore;
KF Seetoh, the founder of Makansutra, dabbles in street food businesses like Food Markets, his own TV shows on cable, publishing food guides, consultancy and online content. He is also the creator of the World Street Food Congress.


Chandra Yudasswara

Celebrity Chef, Jakarta; @chefchandra_y
Chef Chandra Yudasswara, host of Chef’s Table, a local TV cooking show that has been running for five years.


Asier Arroyo

Spain/Bali; @cookmoster
Born in Bilbao, Spain. The Basque Country is passionate of food & wine amd is a professional Chef based in Bali, Indonesia.  Asier is a co-executive Chef in several restaurants.


Guy Jeffreys

Australian Chef of the Year,  Milbrook/Margaret River, Perth;
As executive chef of the Fogarty Wine Group, Jeffreys oversees the food at Millbrook while also driving changes at Bunkers Beach House and Evans & Tate – two Margaret River properties also owned by the group.


Dieuveil Malonga

A finalist of the Basque Culinary World Prize in 2018 and a Forbes 30 under 30 honoree, Malonga started his career at three different Michelin starred restaurants in Germany—Schote, Life, and Aqua


Chele Gonzalez

Spain, Gallery by Chele (Phillipines);
The world-travelled chef Chele, who hails from Spain, has worked in one of the world’s most acclaimed restaurants —El Celler de Can Roca and Mugaritz.


Lucky Andreono

Malang Indonesia, Lucky Grilled Ribs; @lucky.andreono
Lucky Andreono is a chef from Indonesia. He started his career as the MasterChef Indonesia 2011


Jemma Whiteman & Mike Eggert

Sydney, Pinbone Restaurant; @pinbone
Whiteman and Eggert launched Pinbone in late 2013. It soon became one of Sydney’s favourite brunch spots before it closed its doors a couple of years later. The duo then launched Pinbone, a pop-up eatery in Kensington.


Eun Hee An & Ben Spears

Sydney/Korea, Sydney’s Redfern and then Paper Bird Restaurant;
The pair met while working together at Sydney’s Claude’s, where Ben was a head chef under Chui Lee Luk. Ben’s professional culinary history extends down to Melbourne at Cutler & Co and Three One Two, and as far afield as L’Enclume in northern England. Learning her love for Korean food from her grandmother, Eun’s childhood in Gyeong-ju and Ulsan inspired her to seek further training in the art of tasty food and has included work in the the kitchens of Izakaya Fujiyama and Glass in Sydney.


Juna Rorimpandey

Born Manado, Jack Rabbit Restaurant in Jakarta among others; @junarorimpandeyofficial
Chef Juna Rorimpandey earned his reputation by working in impressive establishments such as the world renowned French Laundry in Napa Valley and ended up as executive chef for the prestigious restaurant Kenzo Sushi Bistro, in Katy, Texas. A Master Chef of Indonesia.