Book now for an exclusive dinner with Australia’s Culinary Masters

Sit down to an exclusive dinner with today’s culinary superstars as your dining companion, prepared by their anointed stars of the future.

By Joanna Savill 10/09/2017

They’re the rock stars of today’s food-mad world, with a string of greatest hits to their names. Mention ‘Neil’, ‘Pete’ or ‘Christine’ and most serious gourmands will know exactly which kitchen gods you’re talking about.

But who will be the first-name-only stars of the future? In an Australian-first iteration of Robb Report US’s annual Culinary Masters celebration, we reveal the ones to watch, as chosen by those who would know – Neil Perry, Peter Gilmore, Christine Manfield, Andrew McConnell, Philip Johnson and Duncan Welgemoed.

From left: Neil Perry, Peter Gilmore and Andrew McConnell

An exclusive dinner invitation

Exclusive to Robb Report Australia, Culinary Masters offers the singular opportunity to connect directly with the most celebrated names in the culinary world, as well as the next generation of talent.

Join us for the ultimate celebration of culinary excellence, an annual event bringing together the most renowned master chefs in the world for a deliciously inspiring and masterfully crafted experience.

Culinary Masters dinners will be held in Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney throughout October. Seats are strictly limited and going fast.

Please visit the Culinary Masters website for more information and ticket bookings.

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