Chef Raphael Duntoye,  makes it back to the #GTBankFoodDrink 2018 for another Masterclass.

Chef Raphael Duntoye is the Chef Patron of La Petite Maison, a popular upscale French Mediterranean restaurant with outlets in London, Dubai, Miami, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi and Istanbul.

Renowned for his lightness of touch and reverence for the best fresh produce, Chef Raphael began his culinary journey in 1995 when he left a career in engineering to follow a life-long passion for food and cooking.
Chef Raphael joined the Butlers Wharf Chef School in 1995 and following his graduation, spent the next five years earning his culinary stripes under the mentorship of Pierre Koffman, one of UK’s most celebrated Chefs of all time. He later served as Executive Sous Chef at Sketch in Mayfair and as a Senior Sous Chef at the Japanese restaurant Zuma in Knightsbridge, London.

In 2007, Chef Raphael opened the first La Petit Maison in Mayfair, London and has since then expanded the award winning restaurant to 5 other major metropolitan cities across the world.

On Tuesday (4:00pm – 5:30pm), May 1st, Chef Raphael will be at the GTBank Food and Drink Fair to facilitate a Masterclass on how to build a successful culinary career.

To register for his master class click here

Credits: GTBankFoodDrink

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