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Iron Chef All Stars Charity Dinner

Enjoy a six course degustation from original Iron Chef legends all in the aid of Opportunity International.

In the Concert Hall Northern Foyer | View Seat Map

Allez Cuisine!

For the first time, the legends from the most intense cooking shows to ever air on television, Iron Chefs Rokusaburo Michiba (Japanese), Hiroyuki Sakai (French), Kenichi Chen (Chinese) and Masahiko Kobe (Italian) will reunite on the stage, joined by 2 Michelin starred Chef Kentaro Chen and Asia's Top Pastry Chef Janice Wong. They will serve up plates of delicious food right to your table, magically matched with premium Dassai sake, wines and free flow of Kirin Ichiban beer. This is a once-in-a-lifetime gastronomic experience as Michiba turns 86 this year, this will be his first and last time cooking outside of Japan! 

Dining For Charity is a program by Glamorazzi, to raise funds to help alleviate poverty in Asia via Opportunity International Australia. Join us for a once in a lifetime dining experience and to make a difference!

Presented by Tryber and Glamorazzi.

So what's on the menu?

Drool as you read, then grab your tickets below!

First Course: Iron Chef Japanese Rokusaburo Michiba will prepare a traditional Japanese "owan mono" with truffle, scampi, groper, and sea urchin roe.

Second Course: 2 Michelin Star Chef Kentaro Chen will plate up Ehime Iyokan infused Sichuan spiced Australian lobster with Matsuyama fried tofu.

Third Course: Iron Chef French Hiroyuki Sakai's has created a trio of duck with roast breast, confit leg and terrine, served with coffee sauce and Okinawa shikuwasa.

Fourth Course: Iron Chef Chinese Kenichi Chen's dish is a Shisen Hanten style slow cooked abalone with iyo no miso and abalone liver sauce.

Fifth Course: Iron Chef Italian Masahiko Kobe will be serving braised Robbins Island Wagyu beef with shia-kogen miso pumpkin puree.

Sixth Course: A dessert by Asia's No. 1 Pastry Chef Janice Wong's illusively titled Cacao Forest, with fours petit traditional Japanese sweets (wagashi) by traditional Japanese sweets master, Junichi Mitsubori.

All dishes come served with matching wines, Kirin Ichiban, and Dassai Niwari Sanbu Sake, no less, which Obama himself has sipped on with Japanese Prime Minister —the choice is yours.

Hiroyuki Sakai serving his dish at Sakai In South Australia, 2015

Make a day of it!

The Concert Hall will come alive with Experience Japan from 10am! Guests can expect an interactive experience, with 12 exhibitors learning Japanese culture and tourism, tasting premium produce and watching performances that are uniquely Japanese. An array of exquisite canapes prepared by Chef Hal Yamashita, Chef Hideo Dekura, and Chef Mark Normoyle will be served along with Dassai sparkling sake and Kirin Beer. 

Free to enter, registration for timed entry is required.


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