Students are taught a different cuisine each week of their program. It ends with a meticulously organised Culinary Fest by and for the students. Each student is assigned a specific cuisine and tradition to showcase their know-how and skill. Games, quizzes and other events are planned for a deep plunge into multiple ethnicities and cultures.
Each 2-month or 6-month batch student pick a theme (e.g. Indo-Western, a Sunday brunch, etc.) after their program. They apply all they have learned in a creatively systematic fashion. You'll be surprised by how much there is to learn.
2-month and 6-month batch students have a Saree Draping Talent Show. The event features different styles of draping the traditional garment according to different cultures, cloth material, textures, and lengths.
The students display their craftsmanship with napkins. They fold dining napkins into swans, roses,cupcakes and, well, you get the idea. Their craftsmanship makes the dining experience a delightful experience.