NEW YORK, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Asian American Restaurant & Food Fair is a one-day food tasting, cooking demonstration celebration, gathering more than twenty-five of New York's very best Asian restaurants and their award winning, world class chefs on Sunday, August 29th, in Flushing, Queens.
Hosted by the Asian American Restaurant Association (AARA) and Taste of New York, the fair is open to the public in two sessions, morning and afternoon, and offers a unique culinary experience combining both deeply traditional and new Asian food sensations.
The Asian American Restaurant & Food Fair tastings promise an extraordinary culinary journey with a myriad of individual servings from some of the most celebrated Asian restaurants in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, and elsewhere; featuring Northern & Southern Style Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, and Korean Cooking.
"The Asian American Restaurant & Food Fair promises to be extraordinary in its scope and quality," said Yang Liu, president of The World Association of Chinese Cuisine. "This is a wonderful opportunity to experience creations by some of the AARA chefs from the New York region who won first place in our 2008 international competition," he added.
Attendees will have the opportunity to taste signature dishes from award winning executive chefs as they demonstrate recipes and food preparations, using healthy local ingredients, while sharing techniques learned from generations of Asian cooking, as well as the very latest culinary styles developed by Asian chefs from around the world.
The fair will take place at Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel, 135-20 39th Ave, Queens, NY 11354. Tel: (718) 460-6666. The $30 tickets can be purchased on-line at the Asian American Restaurant & Food Fair (www.aarff.net) web-site or at participating restaurants.
About the Asian American Restaurant Association (AARA)
Asian American Restaurant Association is a non-profit organization founded in 2007 registered in the State of New York. AARA is dedicated to promoting the Asian food industry in America, while servicing the harmonious integration of its membership; made up of restaurant owners, chefs, waiters, waitresses, food suppliers, equipment suppliers and organizations from related industries. The AARA is committed to educating and promoting a new generation of green social responsibility, using 100% recyclable and bio-degradable industry products.
SOURCE Asian American Restaurant Association