Armadale: WA’s top chefs in heated battle


Chef Sumit Kumar busy plating up. Picture: Marie Nirme         d468921
Chef Sumit Kumar busy plating up. Picture: Marie Nirme         d468921

SOME of WA’s top chefs went head to head in a competition in Armadale last week.

The seven participants in the Best Club Chef Competition sizzled, sliced and sautéed their way through a mystery box challenge in Armadale Senior High School’s commercial kitchens, battling it out with culinary creativity.

The competition was hosted by Clubs WA, aiming to showcase the talent and food served up in community clubs around the state.

Clubs WA chief executive Karen Giles said the competition raised the stakes each and every year in terms of talented chefs.

The winner will be announced at the Clubs WA Industry Awards for Excellence on June 17 at Crown Perth.

“Since the first gala event, Clubs WA has seen the industry grow and evolve and it is wonderful to see everyone come together to celebrate the collective achievements of this vibrant industry,” Ms Giles said.

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