The Ottomani supper club has introduced The Nomad Series, a fascinating lineup of international chefs that will grace the restaurant with limited edition dining experiences. Each chef was chosen for their ability to push boundaries in the culinary world, so we are sure that they will deliver once in a lifetime experiences for guests attending. All chefs, from Chef Alejandro Saravia who brought Peruvian cuisine to Australia, to Chef Tim Butler who has been working in award-winning restaurants in Bangkok, will have a turn at bringing their take on Middle Eastern cuisine during the Nomad Series.
Beau Churchill, Chef de Cuisine at The Ottomani, will be working with all the chefs in the line up to create unique menu’s that are different each time. Chef Beau has had a passion for cooking since a young child, and on top of going to culinary school in the United States, he has worked in Thailand for four years, where he learned about Asian flavors and the use of unique ingredients. One technique that has always fascinated him is the process of farm to table cooking. With this as a source of inspiration, he has built sustainable menus that incorporate locally grown produce.
From the 21st to the 23rd of June, Chef Jason Licker was the first of the impressive line up to work alongside Chef Beau Churchill. Renown for his pastries, he crafted a line up for Middle Eastern inspired desserts to compliment Chef Beau’s three savoury dishes. Fusing the exceptional styles of two chefs, the dining experience was not only delicious but thrilling for all guests.
Chef takeovers will continue into 2019. From the 15th of August, Turkish Chef Coskun Usyal will present a 5-course takeover. From the 5th-6th of September, London-based Chef Ben Spalding will collaborate with Chef Beau for a 4-hands, 6-course menu.
The Ottomani is located at 48 Peck Seah St, #01-01A, 079317