Rational, working in partnership with The Chefs’ Forum, has announced the next in its series of online seminars.
The free event, The Future of Asian Kitchens Seminar, is taking place on Wednesday 21 July, from 11am-1pm.
Asian restaurateurs, chefs, caterers, kitchen planners and designers are invited to attend. The seminar will discuss future planning and address the challenges and opportunities currently facing the Asian hospitality sector.
Adam Knights, marketing director, Rational UK commented: “Rational is the chef’s company and as such we strive to understand the many modern challenges facing hospitality, to provide efficient solutions via our cooking systems, training, and support.”
The seminar panellists will discuss topics including technology, waste reduction and sustainability, tomorrow’s Asian kitchen, Natasha’s Law and allergens, healthy menu options and plant-based alternatives, the next generation and future staffing and training requirements.
Event host Neil Rippington, The Chefs’ Forum’s education director, will be accompanied by expert panellists: Rehan Uddin, founder of ARON and owner of Bombay Express; Dipna Anand, celebrity chef and owner of Brilliant Restaurant, Southall; Will Bowlby, chef patron Kricket, London; Raymond Chu, chef patron Grand Village Imperial, Bicester; Anand George, chef patron Purple Poppadom, Cardiff; Munayum Khan, chef patron Lasan and Raja Monkey, Birmingham; and Arbinder Duggal, Progressive Indian Cuisine, Roux Scholarship finalist and Masterchef semi-finalist.
Knights continued: “We partnered with Rehan Uddin, founder of the Asian Restaurant Owners Network to produce our first expert chef online webinar showcasing how Rational cooking systems have supported Rehan in achieving his progressive kitchen goals. Our hope is that the Future of Asian Kitchens seminar will continue to inspire, provoke debate and provide new ideas to the challenges everyone is currently facing.”
Rational is offering an Asian starter accessory pack to delegates who purchase a Rational iCombi following the event.