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The renown Chocoa dinner is back and will celebrate the fine flavours of cocoa and chocolate throughout a dinner evening for you to enjoy exquisite tastes and professional networking.

Next to our Venezuelan chef Franz Conde, this year we will enjoy the collaboration with Michelin star chef Enrique Limardo.

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GRAND DINER DU CHOCOLAT

Grand Diner du Chocolat
Date: Wednesday 7 February 2024

Time: 18.30 - 22.30 CET

Venue: Hilton Amsterdam

The dinner is sold out

Savor the Unforgettable at Grand Diner du Chocolat on Feb 7, 2024! 
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Embark on a gastronomic journey at the Hilton Amsterdam with an extraordinary duo of Venezuelan chefs: Franz Conde in collaboration with MICHELIN-starred chef Enrique Limardo from Washington, US. 
Indulge in a menu where each dish is a masterpiece, blending the finest cocoa & chocolate with innovative culinary techniques. 
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Get ready for an extraordinary culinary journey as we welcome the culinary virtuoso, Chef Enrique Limardo, to craft an unforgettable Grand Diner du Chocolat experience. With a palate that dances through flavors and creativity that knows no bounds, Chef Enrique Limardo promises to exhilarate your taste buds and elevate your evening to gourmet perfection. 

 

Chef Enrique Limardo is commonly credited as the pioneer of modern Venezuelan cooking in the U.S. He is only the second Venezuelan chef in the U.S. to receive a Michelin star, and his restaurant, Seven Reasons, was named one of the most important restaurants of the decade by Esquire. (Limardo has a second Washington, D.C., restaurant, Imperfecto, as well.) 

Through his approach to make an impact in the world and help immigrants, especially from Latin America in the United States, he uses food as a means for change. 

Chef Limardo holds 15 years of experience in the restaurant industry, owns two restaurants and makes impact in the world through his cooking, innovation, and cooperations with different NGO’s to help immigrants and young chefs. 

“Food isn’t just about nourishment or taste. It is those things, but it’s also a reflection of culture and can be used to ignite change. When you cook or share a meal with someone, amazing things can happen. You just might change someone’s entire world.” 

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