German restaurant in Hamburg features sumptuous Filipino dishes of renowned chef Claude Tayag

Claude Tayag German restaurant
Chef Claude Tayag wows diners in Germany’s hot new trendy
Underdocks Restaurant. Credits to Philippine Embassy in Berlin.

Internationally-renowned Filipino Chef Claude Tayag showcased Filipino dishes at the trendy Underdocks Restaurant in Hamburg, Germany.

Chef Tayag used his culinary skills to present his all-seafood and vegetable version of classic Filipino dishes at the Philippine Food Weekend from 18-20 October 2019.

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Among the Filipino dishes reinterpreted by Chef Tayag for the international diners were:

  1. Seafood Kare-Kare
  2. Deconstructed Fresh Lumpia
  3. Kinilaw
  4. Soft Shell Crab with Aligue Sauce
  5. Squid Adobo with Philippine upland rice
  6. his signature buko-pandan dessert, Claude’s Dream
Claude Tayag Filipino dishes Germany
German media enjoy a degustation menu; Seafood Kare-Kare and Kinilaw (all photos by Berlin PE).

The event was organized by the Philippine Tourism Office in Frankfurt and supported by the Philippine Embassy in Berlin as part of the Philippine Government’s Culinary Tourism campaign.

The chef from Pampanga, an acclaimed artist and food writer, serves traditional cuisine in their Bale Dutung (Wooden House) restaurant in Pampanga, listed as one of the 101 Best in Asia dining spots and was visited and featured in writer-chef Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” TV show.

Chef Claude Tayag won the People’s Choice Award at the United States Embassy Challenge.

The Philippine Department of Tourism launched its Food Tourism campaign in a video campaign featuring YouTube celebrity Mikey Bustos and Filipino chefs Chef JP Anglo and Filipino-American Celebrity Chef Jordan Andino.

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