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An Ode to Austria: Koch.Campus in Singapore

by Bettina Bäck
Koch.Campus Singapur Austrian Gourmet Week

From 29th of October to 2nd of November 2022, premium steakhouse 665°F at Andaz Singapore, in collaboration with Austrian Embassy Singapore and Austrian National Tourist Office, hosted  together the first edition of the Austrian Gourmet Week Event in Singapore. An extraordinary experience for the gourmands was the exclusive four-hands dinner by guest Chef Armin Leitgeb from Tirol, armed with experience in Michelin-starred establishments as well as 17-point Gault&Millau Chef Josef Mühlmann from Gannerhof in Osttirol. The duo served a six-course menu that highlighted the Alpine cuisine as a nod to their roots, underpinned by their finesse and talent. Both chefs are members of the Austrian Koch.Campus. 

Austrian Gourmet Week’s main objective is to introduce and familiarize gourmands and fine-dining enthusiasts with Austrian cuisine, vineyards and agriculture as part of a ReFocus Austria initiative by the Austrian government to aid economic recovery during and after the pandemic.

Koch.Campus Singapore Leitgeb und Mühlmann
links: Armin Leitgeb, Carola Mühlmann und Josef Mühlmann

About Koch.Campus

Over 60 tastemakers from the culinary, wine and agriculture industries have come together under Koch.Campus, a non-profit association, to promote Austria's culinary quality. With the support of some of the most renowned chefs based both locally and internationally, high-quality primary food producers work with the organisation to promote collaboration and the transfer of knowledge and skills to introduce the concept of contemporary gourmet Austrian cuisine to a global audience. For more information, please visit kochcampus.com

Koch.Campus Singapur Gerichte

Over the course of three days during fall 2022, an extraordinary exclusive four-hands dinner was prepared at the Austrian Gourmet Week Event in Singapore, by guest Chef Armin Leitgeb from Tirol, armed with experience in Michelin-starred establishments, as well as 17-point Gault&Millau Chef Josef Mühlmann from Gannerhof in Osttirol, both (important/admired) members of Koch.Campus. 

Source: Österreich Werbung

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About Koch.Campus

The "Koch.Campus" association brings together more than 30 world-class chefs and roughly the same number of pioneering agricultural and commercial producers, hoteliers and food experts from around Austria. This task force for good taste, currently boasting 58 members, is led by Hans Reisetbauer and Andreas Döllerer. The association promotes greater exchange of knowledge and experience between chefs and producers and joint exploration and development of regional primary products. Secondary goals include encouraging contemporary interpretations of Austrian cuisine and better positioning of domestic Austrian primary products to compete on international markets. Through expert workshops, tastings, lectures, excursions, and discussions, members of the Koch.Campus enter into dialogue with domestic primary product producers and evaluate their quality potential based on various types and breeds, cultivation and captivity models, age and maturation levels, and preparation methods.

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Bettina Bäck von Wine+Partners
Bettina Bäck
Senior Project Manager

Bettina has been with Wine&Partners since 2002, with countless projects domestic and international under her belt. She currently manages sommelier world champion Marc Almert, the culinary think tank Koch.Campus, the Styrian wineries Weingut Muster.Gamlitz, Weingut Langmann and the STK wineries, the culinary concept store Kärntnerei and the Kozlović wine estate in Istria.