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 JANUARY 14 Portugal's Michelin Stars


A grand menu to kick off the festival with dishes from all of Portugal’s Michelin-starred chefs coming from the Algarve, Lisbon, Cascais, Northern Portugal and Madeira.


JANUARY 15 Anne-Sophie Pic,France – Michelin *** The fourth generation of chef/patrons at the famous Maison Pic in Valence, France, and the third to be distinguished with 3 Michelin stars, Anne-Marie is France's only 3-star female chef. Expect contemporary French haute cuisine of the highest order.


JANUARY 16 Koschina & Friends, Europe This Michelin star-studded night brings together some of Europe’s greatest chefs with a combined 22 Michelin stars. Over the last four years this has proven to be one of the highlights of the festival - a night for serious gourmets with a healthy appetite!


JANUARY 17 Andreas Schauenstein, Switzerland – Michelin ***


This ex-professional snowboarder has just been awarded his 3rd Michelin star at his Schauenstein Schloss Hotel Restaurant in Canton Graubünden, Switzerland. One of the country’s foremost chefs, he is renowned for his modern and innovative culinary creations based on French cuisine.


JANUARY 18


Santi Santamaria, Spain – Michelin *** A living legend amongst the great chefs who have turned Northeastern Spain into one of the world’s most sought-after destinations for gourmets. With his 3-star Can Fabes restaurant in Sant Celoni and two further Michelin-starred outposts in Spain, Santi Santamaria is a perfectionist who has little patience for modern cooking trends. See our interview on page 84 of this edition.


JANUARY 19


Sven Elverfeld, Germany – Michelin *** Chef de Cuisine of the Ritz Carlton Hotel’s


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