Okada Manila Executive Chef demonstrates Chinese cuisine cooking at SISFU
19 September – Okada Manila’s Casino Executive Chef, Dicky Suen conducted a culinary demonstration at Southville International School Affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU).
With collaborative efforts from the Culinary Institute at SISFU (CIS) students, college and high school students from the School of Hospitality Management, and invited guests, he demonstrated the preparation and cooking of dim sum, steamed Lapu-Lapu, and hand-pulled noodles.
Chef Dicky is known for his eclectic background and traditional Hong Kong upbringing. His dishes are of traditional Cantonese culture, yet there is added contemporary character to them, which gives you a uniquely fresh cooking and dining experience.
Want to become a culinary professional? Take your culinary knowledge to the next level by choosing a programme that enables you to explore cuisine in an international setting.
CIS offers the Diploma in Culinary Arts – a six-month intensive culinary programme that combines foundation and hands-on training. It covers topics (fundamentals of culinary arts, international cuisines and baking) specifically designed to prepare you to embark your career in the culinary industry.
Photos by Nerry Bretaña
If you wish to speak to a representative from Culinary Institute at SISFU, she's one click away!
We look forward to hearing from you!