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Master Chef - Gastronomy Competition @ Mc Sorley's

Food lovers and amateurs chefs with a passion for sharing their favourite food and recipes should not miss Mc Sorley's event “Master Chef.” 

It is a gastronomy competition, where teams of 4 members maximum, cook a dish on the spot.

The prizes for the first three winning teams include: dinner vouchers, wine bottles and concert tickets.

If you don’t feel up to the task of cooking, you can still join the event, taste the food and share passoin for food with others.

The cost for participating at the gastronomy competition is VND100,000 per person.

For more info about this event, drop a message to the guys at Mc Sorley’s.


Sunday, 27 October


Mc Sorley’s | 4 Thao Dien, District 2

[Photo via Ricardo Liberato]

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