Amsterdam, 20th February 2020 – In honour of the five-year anniversary of restaurant Taiko in Amsterdam, Executive Chef Schilo van Coevorden is taking guests on the journey he has taken to become the chef he is right now, celebrating the sources of his inspiration. In his fourth exclusive four-hands dining experience he will be celebrating this special milestone with Chef Bobby Geetha of Dubai’s Asha’s. Previous dining experiences included Albert Adrià known for the world-famous restaurant El Bulli, self-taught chef Hisato Hamada and three-star chef Gérald Passedat. The collaborating chefs have influenced Schilo at some point in his career, up to future developments with Taiko this year. Visitors can expect beautifully composed dinners with modern Japanese influences to traditional French cuisine in combination with Schilo’s signature dishes.
On April 5th and 6th, Schilo welcomes top chef Bobby Geetha from Asha’s, the award-winning Indian restaurant in Dubai. Geetha is currently responsible as corporate executive chef for Asha’s for 18 restaurants in England and the Middle East. Schilo is delighted to welcome a star of Indian cuisine for the special anniversary celebrations saying, “He has a modern way of cooking, with respect for traditional Indian flavours, that makes it very refined, and high quality Indian cuisine.” The 8-course menu will be available for €135- per person (excluding beverages).
Reservations can be made via this link.
Schilo van Coevorden: “This anniversary year, various chefs from the absolute world-top of gastronomy are coming to Taiko. Various chefs from various disciplines who have inspired me in my career path. It is an absolute honour to cooking together with these great chefs. “
About Taiko Cuisine
Taiko Cuisine, the Contemporary Asian Inspired restaurant by chef Schilo van Coevorden at the Conservatorium hotel, takes its name from the old Japanese drums with their fabulous rhythm. Every weekend, a Taiko drum-player accompanies the intense, yet refined, Asian flavours of Schilo’s dishes with melodic, atmospheric sounds. The style of the menu and kitchen has evolved over the years, influenced by different cuisines from all over the world. The basis, however, always lay and still lies in classic and often simple methods of preparation, which showcase great respect for the purity of fresh local and seasonal products. www.taikocuisine.com
For further information please visit www.conservatoriumhotel.com/taiko and follow @conservatoriumhotel and @taikoamsterdam on Instagram.
About Conservatorium Hotel
The Conservatorium hotel is Amsterdam’s leading luxury lifestyle palace, evoking glamour and elegance for sophisticated, design-literate travellers. Located in Museum Square, the luxury centre and cultural heart of the city, the Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with a graceful, contemporary design, offering guests a selection of restaurants, a bar, lounge and the 1,000 square metres Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Facility. A destination hotel with a real sense of place, the Conservatorium is known at home and abroad as ‘Amsterdam’s Living Room’.
About The Set
At the most outstanding addresses, in the world’s most vibrant cities, The Set is creating the modern grand hotels of our time. In each one, we beautifully compose experiences that capture the hearts and minds of our guests, and the spirit and pace of their contemporary lifestyles. Currently consisting of the Hotel Café Royal in London, the Conservatorium in Amsterdam and Lutetia in Paris, they are inspired by the artistic and imaginative heritage of their buildings and their iconic cultural and vibrant locations.