Owners of Provence Restaurants in Vancouver will be going all-out on May 29 to see who is the better chef – Chef Alessandra or Jean-Francis. They aren’t just chefs and business partners, but they are also husband and wife.
The competition will be held at Provence Mediterranean Grill in Point Grey, to determine who makes a better halibut, Chef Alessandra or Chef Jean-Francis. The public is welcome to attend the event and help judge who is the best chef in the friendly rivalry competition.
The evening will also include an special $50 three course set dinner menu (includes tax and gratuity, but not beverages). The first course is a choice from the restaurant’s antipasti case and dessert is Cherry Chocolate Clafoutis. It’s the main course where the halibut throw down happens. Two very different versions of halibut will be offered – one by the wife, the other by the husband. Guests won’t know who has created which to keep the competition unbiased. At the end of the evening Provence will tally up which main course sold the most and will announce the winner via social media and in its newsletter.
Tickets for the event are available at www.provencevancouver.com.