Monday, January 19, 2009

Being a Food Jury

When it comes to judge the food, I can say that I become a Japanese. I judged it by appeareance and presentation. Not saying that I can't eat casual-messy-presentation-food, but I always appreciate anything that done by details. All of those always intrigue my mind about how much efforts being made, how much expectation from the creator to entertain others or how much talent has been shown.

After all, the taste of the food definetely will balance my judgement. Not forgetting the extra mile service and smile that sometimes had to make me readjust the final points. Like when I visited St.Regis Singapore for french buffet. It's really an artistic food galore over there!

Brasserie Les Saveurs, helmed by Chef Frédéric Colin surely offered me with all the things I mention above. Beautifully displayed with wide variety of grade A quality of appetizers, main courses and desserts. Not forget to mention how busy the waiters approached you with their freshly made items from the kitchen and served them on your table.

Art is a beatiful thing that can touch my soul. And beautiful things always inspire me to create another beautiful art. For me food is my art and inspiration.

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I'm so interested in the work that you do and if its possible, I'd love to be a food artist too! I just saw you on TV Channel U that day and quickly Google searched your name. I'd appreciate if you could tell me where I can learn the things you do to being a food artist :)