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Vancouver World Chef Exchange - Nashville

 
  • February 04 - February 04
  • Farmer's Apprentice
  • 1536 West 6th Avenue
    Vancouver, BC
  • Admission: 195.00
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Join Farmer's Apprentice Executive Chef David Gunawan in welcoming Nashville's Chef Trevor Moran.

Vancouver World Chef Exchange - Nashville

Nashville @ Farmer’s Apprentice
Presented by Aeroplan
Produced by Tourism Vancouver and sponsored by Air Canada, The Westin Bayshore and Farmer's Apprenctice
Farmer’s Apprentice, 1535 West 6th Ave., Vancouver

February 4
6:00pm
8:30pm

We are going global again! We’ve reached out to our friends in the global culinary community and have invited them to Vancouver.  The result? Five of the world’s culinary best join us for a series of delicious collaborations with our own city’s top talent.  

Join Farmer’s Apprentice Chef and Owner David Gunawan in welcoming Chef Trevor Moran from Nashville, Tennessee.  Each chef brings their own global experiences and focus on local ingredients to this unique North American collaborative dinner.

* All Inclusive - includes multi-course dinner, beverage pairings, tax, gratuity and ticketing fees.
No minors, please arrive 15 minutes early.


About Chef David Gunawan
David Gunawan began his culinary career working in the kitchen at a West Lafayette brewpub while pursuing his degree in environmental engineering at Purdue University. He earned his stripes in back-of-house roles under acclaimed chefs such as Chris Nugent at Les Nomades and Carrie Nahabedian at Michelin-starred Naha in Chicago before landing in Vancouver — where he made stops at West, Maenam and Wildebeest before launching the farm-to-table staple known as Farmer’s Apprentice in 2013.

Gunawan’s abiding affinity for sourcing the best fresh, seasonal ingredients by supporting local farms, pastures and providers led Farmer’s Apprentice to be ranked No. 2 on enRoute Magazine’s list of Canada’s Best New Restaurants 2014, the same year the restaurant also swept the podium with nods for Best New Restaurant, Best Casual Restaurant and Restaurant of the Year at the 25th Annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards. In 2015, Gunawan opened South Granville Wine Bar Grapes & Soda next door to Farmer’s Apprentice and Royal Dinette in Downtown Vancouver, with each restaurant further reflecting Gunawan’s innovative, artisanal and locavore-forward focus. In 2016, Gunawan was named Chef of the Year at the annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards.

About Chef Trevor Moran
Trevor Moran is an Irish born chef living in Nashville, Tennessee. After leaving his post of sous chef at forward thinking Noma in Copenhagen, Trevor made the move to lead the kitchen at The Catbird Seat in Nashville, Tennessee. Trevor’s mix of nordic sensibilities and southern hospitality peels back the pretention of high end food and brings it back into focus where it matters most, the ingredients.  Since stepping down from the position at Catbird Seat he has been travelling abroad exploring wood fired cuisines and collaborating in kitchens including Burnt Ends in Singapore, Lyle’s in London and Auberge Carmel in Monterey, California.


About Vancouver World Chef Exchange
The spirit of the Vancouver World Chef Exchange, presented by Aeroplan is one of collaboration and is designed to spread Vancouver’s culinary story around the world.  It is an exchange of ideas, experiences and ultimately the development of a community of relationships between Vancouver and international chefs and the cities they come from.

The Vancouver World Chef Exchange, presented by Aeroplan was developed and is produced by Tourism Vancouver and is sponsored by Air Canada and the Westin Bayshore hotel.  

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