Norwegian seafood makes its way to the Philippines


Norwegian seafood have many ambassadors who do their best to tell Asia about the wonders of the cold water fish. Not long ago, Norwegian Chef  Sven Erik Renaa was in Thailand to do a chef’s masterclass in Bangkok in order to promote Norwegian seafood. Shortly after it was Singapore’s turn to experience the Norwegian seafood as celebrity chef Eyvind Hellstrøm was in charge of the special Norwegian lunch and dinner menu at Sky on 57 at Marina Bay Sands Hotel, where he presented Norwegian salmon, king crab, cod and scallops.

Now another successful chef has made the trip from Norway to promote Norwegian seafood through cooking. This time it’s the Philippines who can get a taste of Norway.

Chef Adrian Løvold showcases his stellar creations which highlight the freshness of premium Norwegian cooking at I’m Angus Steakhouse.

Originally from Trondheim, Norwegian-born Chef Adrian Løvold was lured into the culinary world when his passion for this industry and for food was recognized at the early age of 13. Adrian went on to study the culinary arts where he learned to develop his own unique style and flair over the years.

Legendary Chefs such as Eyvind Hellstrøm of Bagatelle and Chef Thomas Keller of The French Laundry in Napa Valley helped shape his style and depth of knowledge throughout the years, molding him into the professional that he is today!

During the 2009 Bocuse d’or, the world’s most prestigious cooking competition, he assisted top-caliber Chef Geir Skeie in winning the Gold Medal.

He’s currently traveling around the world as guest chef in prestigious hotels and restaurants bringing with him the freshest catch from the Nordic seas and Norwegian gastronomic delights renowned for its freshness and simplicity.

Chef Adrian’s Norwegian Gastronomic Delights promotion will be available from May 10 to 18, 2013 at I’m Angus Steakhouse during lunch and dinner.

Lunch : 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Dinner: 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Below is a flyer with his menu for the promotion.


One Comment on “Norwegian seafood makes its way to the Philippines”

  1. Ser flott ut dette her, Adrian Løvold!

    Men hvorfor er det alltid hovedstedene som skal nyte godt av slikt som dette?

    Selv bor jeg i Bohol, hvor Tagbilaran er hovedstaden. I Cebu har dem allerede et liknende sted. Og det kryr av nordmenn i begge provinser.

    Noe å tenke på?

    Ha en fin helg.

    Odd Jørgen Eide.

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