Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali is sharing the rich culinary traditions of Indonesia by sending two outstanding young chefs to Scholls-Elmau, Germany. Executive Sous Chef, Mandif Warokka, and Demi Chef de Partie, I Komang Sudarmika, are Germany-bound where they will showcase their skills at the legendary luxury hotel standing in the foothills of the Wetterstein Mountains.
Originally built in 1916, the Schloss-Elmau Resort sits between the communities of Garmisch and Mittenwald in Bavaria. The hotel, rebuilt after a fire in 2005, is famous as the venue for concerts by leading world musicians.
Chef Mandif, voted as The Best Chef in Bali 2011 by Hello Bali, readers will treat German diners to popular Indonesian dishes from Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi and Bali. These will include Beef Rendang (Indonesian chili-curried beef), Oxtail and Short Rib Soup Bandung style, Balinese Bebek Betutu (25 spices Balinese roasted duck wrapped in spring roll skin), Ayam Pelalah (Shredded chicken meat tossed with red chili sauce), Cramcam Sari Laut (Seafood melange with Balinese yellow curry broth) and Ikan Bakar Jimbaran (Grilled sea bass fillet served with sambal merah).
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