Trailblazing Danish chef Bo Bech cut his teeth in Copenhagen, earning an impressive CV of Michelin stars, then turned his sights on New York.
Now, it’s Melbourne’s turn. Bech is bringing his brand of bold cooking to Australia for the first time, exclusively for Good Food Month.
Bech made his mark at the helm of Paustian, which Noma’s Rene Redzepi described as “the most interesting place in Europe to eat”. He then opened famed restaurant, Geist. Bech is a risk-taker, and profoundly understands that the experience of food goes far beyond what hits the palate. This understanding informed Bech’s recent book What does Memory Taste Like? The book has affected chefs and foodies across the globe, reminding us why food is so important.
Join Bo Bech for this incredible evening where his food will give you new, lifelong memories, and where you’ll experience tastes like no other.
This event is strictly 18+.