All Things Nice presented an evening celebrating Californian Cuisine with Michelin Star Chef Steve Litke, as he teamed up with the culinary team of Sofitel Mumbai BKC. Chef Litke was awarded his first Michelin Star in 2007 and has maintained the honour every year since then at Farmhouse Restaurant in Sonoma County, USA. He was one of the first American chefs invited to prepare a meal at the globally famous Salone del Gusto Slow Food event in Turin, Italy. Chef Litke was also invited by the prestigious James Beard Foundation to curate exclusive dinners for their guests.
Chef Steve Litke presented a fabulous five course menu showcasing modern Californian cuisine with a focus on farm to table, paired with wines from all over the world. The culinary team at Sofitel Mumbai BKC did an outstanding job under the leadership of executive chef Neeraj Rawoot.
These exquisite dinners were paired with wines like Chandon Brut NV, Cloud Bay Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand, Terrazas Reserve Malbec from Argentina, El Goru from Spain, Kendall Jackson Vintners Reserve Chardonnay, Fetzer Eagle Peak Merlot from the United States of America and even TWG Black Tea by Sommelier Nikhil Agarwal, CEO, All Things Nice.
Guest present at the event were Lazaro Sandoval, head of the United States department of agriculture; Alexander Bargstaedt, head of transformation & strategy, Volkswagen Finance; Maniti Shah and Raj Gilani, Shree Naman Group; Vikas Kapai, general manager, Sofitel Mumbai BKC, and Kamlesh Thakur, chairman Prime Investrade.