Where the magic happens, the Kitchen Stage is your chance to get up close and personal with your culinary heroes. Playing host to the stars of the Ubud Food Festival, the Kitchen Stage is home to a daily program of fiery cook-offs, comedic culinary collaborations, and a behind the pass look into some the world’s best restaurants.
If you’re struggling to decide which sessions look the most appetizing, upgrade your Festival experience with our 1, 2 or 3-Day FoodLover Pass, giving you complete access to the Kitchen Stage. By purchasing a FoodLover Pass, you can save up to 40% on individually ticketed Kitchen Stage sessions.
Sisterfields, BO$$ MAN and Bikini are some of Seminyak’s hottest dining destinations. Meet the man behind them all, Jethro Vincent, as he shares a taste of Bikini’s unique collision of …Read more
Having grown up in the warm embrace of family and food, Founder and CEO of Kelana Rasa Culinary Solutions, Arie Parikesit, will share stories of the myriad ways his mother …Read more
The new darling of the vegan set, jackfruit is popping up in everything from pizza to paella. But the world’s biggest fruit can be difficult to maneuver, so let MOKSA’s …Read more
Fueling the world’s second most populous nation, Indian food is renowned for its heartiness – but rarely as haute cuisine. Manjunath Mural – the first Indian chef to receive a …Read more
Pioneering food writer and self-taught chef, Petty Elliott will prove her talent for transforming traditional Indonesian dishes into modern masterpieces by returning to her Manadonese roots. With three tantalizing creations, …Read more
Self-taught supercook Bara has been a familiar face on Indonesian TV screens for over a decade, and more recently on the airwaves in the nation’s first radio cooking show. Armed …Read more
At Manila’s Gallery VASK, Spanish-born Chele González creates ‘anthropological cuisine’ – earning him no. 35 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list and the Philippines’ ‘Best In-Country’. With aubergine and squid, …Read more
In the family home of Spice Sisters Tasia and Gracia Seger, deep fried fish is a beloved dish. Paired with a tangy salad of green apple and young mango spritzed …Read more
Cooking in Cambodia for over a decade, Frenchman Joannès Rivière shines the spotlight on the country’s forgotten ingredients. At his award-winning Cuisine Wat Damnak in Siem Reap, he serves dishes …Read more