Intersect by Lexus wins three awards at the Emirates Salon Culinaire 2017
Intersect by Lexus recently won two awards at the Emirates Salon Culinaire 2017, organized by the Emirates Culinary Guild at the Gulf Food, Hotel & Equipment Exhibition. Held at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the five-day culinary competition included demonstrations, live-cooking competitions, live ice carving, buffet and banqueting showpieces, pastry showpieces and bakery and confectionery creations. It is designed to test cooperative, gastronomic and artistic skills of the participating chefs.
In its first year participating, Intersect by Lexus won multiple accolades for its entries. Chef Shane D’Souza, chef de partie, was awarded a Bronze medal for his creation, while Chef Min Maung, chef de partie, was awarded both a Silver and Bronze medals, in addition to a Certificate of Merit for his efforts.
Speaking on the occasion, Benjamin Nicholas, Head of Intersect by Lexus, said: “This is a proud moment for Intersect by Lexus as well as for both of our colleagues who took part in the competition. These awards go to show the expertise and dedication that Intersect by Lexus has in delivering great food in a unique, creative environment.”
The Emirates Culinary Guild (ECG) is the UAE's non-profit association of professional chefs. It is a member of the World Association of Cooks Societies (WACS) – a 52-nation fellowship comprising the world's various professional chefs' organizations.
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