Japanese Wagyu dining experience coming to Cornwall
It’s an out-of-this world culinary experience, and it’s coming to Cornwall.
Renowned American Chef Steve Brown is bringing his CosechaSD 9-course Japanese Wagyu Dinner Tour to the NAV CENTRE’s Stone House for two separate events on Friday, August 24th and Saturday, August 25th. It’s a chance to savour Wagyu beef – known for its exceptional quality – in an assortment of unique dishes in what will be Chef Brown’s first stop in Canada.
“It’s a once in a lifetime interactive dining experience,” Chef Brown said. “The first half of the menu is composed of very creative and eclectic dishes followed by the steaks and finished with a Wagyu fat based dessert. We interact with the guests between each course, explaining the components of the dish and the beverage pairing while educating our guests on the world of Japanese Wagyu. It’s a very high-end event but not pretentious – we have a blast. It’s dinner and a show!”
The event will also feature the NAV CENTRE’s Chef Luc McCabe and other special guest Chefs as they put together exquisite dishes paired with delicious wines.
Chef McCabe is excited to collaborate on the event – and host an event of this magnitude in his adopted hometown.
“This will be mind blowing. I expect it to challenge my own perception of what I thought food was and could be,” said Chef McCabe. “It’s a next-level culinary experience in my new hometown. I want Cornwall to be known for food and this is a step in that direction.”
There is one seating each night – starting at 6 pm – and only 40 tickets are available for each event. Tickets are already on sale and can be purchased through the CosechaSD website (click here).
For more information on the event, please click here.
About Chef Steve Brown
Chef Steve Brown has been in the restaurant industry for past twenty plus years. He has been the Executive Chef at many fine dining restaurants including the Parker Hotel in Palm Springs, Gardiner Junction in Los Angeles and now following his dream of owning his own restaurant in his hometown of San Diego with TEMP by Cosecha and Cosecha Signature Restaurant in the works.
CosechaSD, Brown’s catering company, has catered many top of the line events worldwide including TEDx San Diego’s Official After Party at WeWork 2017, and celebrity dinner parties for Puff Daddy, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Herbie Hancock. CosechaSD has been collaborating with many top chefs from US, Mexico, Canada, and Japan for their japanese and domestic Wagyu Tour which includes 9, 16, or 22-course exclusive wine paired dinner parties in San Diego, San Francisco, followed by upcoming dates in New York, Chicago, Miami, Scottsdale, and Canada.
About the NAV CENTRE
Located on the scenic shores of the St. Lawrence River in Cornwall, the NAV CENTRE is a full service conference centre offering access to 551 guest rooms and 70 dedicated state-of-the-art meeting rooms, spa, fitness centre with indoor pool and an Irish pub with live entertainment. The Centre can accommodate small groups of five to large groups of up to 500.
For more information on the NAV CENTRE, please click here.
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