Chef Shinichiro Takagi has dedicated his life to his family restaurant – Zeniya, and has grown it from a modest local eatery to an unforgettable dining experience worthy of its’ two Michelin stars. Born in Kanazawa in 1970, Takagi studied a bachelor’s degree in commercial science before learning the art of Kaiseki Cuisine at Kyoto Kiccho, one of Japan’s top restaurants. Chef Takagi has a deep understanding of the art and philosophy of Japanese cuisine and has performed as a guest chef in many international hotels and events from Germany to the U.S.A. He endeavours to spread the word about Kaga cuisine globally, having cooked for world-renowned chefs at the World Gourmet Summit in Singapore, at a demonstrational lecture on Intangible Heritage for UNESCO and at numerous cultural and international events. In December 2016, his restaurant Zeniya was named on LA LISTE in the world’s top 1000 restaurants and in February 2017, Chef Shinichiro Takagi was named as a Japanese Cuisine Goodwill Ambassador by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in Japan.
|Date :||8-9 SEPTEMBER, 2017|
|time :||07.30 pm|