Aiming to showcase the vast potential of Greek cuisine internationally, the MarBella Collection held its annual “Greek Chefs Abroad II – Ambassadors of Greek Cuisine” event across its network of luxury hotels.
Part of the “The Greek Chefs Abroad” culinary series, Greek Chefs Abroad II featured celebrated chefs Gikas Xenakis, Asimakis Chaniotis, Marianna Leivaditaki, John Skotidas, and Yiannis Kioroglou, who joined forces and talents to create innovative dishes showcasing Greek cuisine for the MarBella Collection hotels.
“Contemporary Greek cuisine is a significant constant in our modern cultural tradition as well as a very important asset attracting high level tourism,” said MarBella Collection in a statement.
The theme this year focused on “culinary tradition” and “the future through international influences”.
As ambassadors of Greek culinary traditions, participating chefs this year worked with fresh local products enhancing age-old recipes with new trends and re-introducing these to the public.
All participating chefs said they were proud to be contributing to the promotion of Greek cuisine abroad and said in this way they paid tribute to their culinary roots.
Dedicated for over half a century to high-quality hospitality, the MarBella Collection group has enhanced the guest experience with high-level gastronomy establishing the group’s hotels as prime culinary destinations.
The aim of the “Greek Chefs Abroad” initiative is to establish Greece as modern culinary destination that can attract eclectic tourism.
The MarBella Collection group operates the 5-star MarBella Corfu Hotel, which welcomed the season earlier this year with new restaurants and partnerships with world-renowned chefs. The MarBella Corfu Hotel has also been awarded twice with the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Award. The group also runs the adults-only, Small Luxury Hotels of the World member MarBella Nido Suite Hotel & Villas, and the MarBella Elix.
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