20th February to 1st March 2020
Once again, there will be culinary fireworks in Berlin between 20th February and 1st March. Eat!berlin will comprise 72 events in almost as many venues, featuring over 100 chefs. On opening night on 20th February, Sebastian Frank and some first-class colleagues will cook a five-course menu colleagues at the BESL Meistersaal on Potsdamer Platz.
Admission: 18:30, Start: 19:00 The 5-course menu including amuse bouches and wine costs €169 a head.
Make your reservations here: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/duell-der-meister-die-groe-eat-berlin-eroffnung-tickets-81700409123 .
Rheingau Gourmet Festival
20th February to 8th March 2020
This year again Sebastian Frank will leave Horváth temporarily to cook for guests of the Rheingau Gourmet Festival in southern Hesse. On 27th February, he will create a five-course menu at the Kronenschlösschen in Eltville-Hattenheim, a picturesque hotel right on the river Rhine. The food will be perfectly paired with local Rheingau wines and others from Nahe, Baden and Tuscany. The gourmet journalist and cultural historian Erwin Seitz will host the event alongside “Sommelier of the year” Kai Schattner.
The 5-course menu, which includes wine, costs €240 a head.
Click here to make your reservations: https://www.rheingau-gourmet-festival.de/programm/event/27022020-2-sternekoch-sebastian-frank-rheingau-nahe-baden-toskana/
13th to 17th March 2020
From 13th to 17th March 2020, movers and shakers, brands and companies will once again meet at Europe’s leading trade show for food service and hospitality, presenting ideas, products and procedures for the coming years to some 100,000 visitors. Sebastian Frank will be there as an ambassador for JOBELINE, which makes modern workwear for the food service and hospitality industries. He will prepare exciting culinary dishes for visitors to the stand.
Tickets from €34.
Die Gemeinschaft symposium
7th September 2020
To help establish a new eating culture, die Gemeinschaft has organized a symposium at Gut Kerkow on 7th September. Producers, restaurateurs, chefs and others who work in the food industry, as well as students, trainees and anyone who might be interested such as politicians or scientists will be able to attend. The aim is to rethink and develop certain concepts and ideas from a global perspective. As part of Die Gemeinschaft, Sebastian Frank campaigns for better cooperation, knowledge exchange and products in order to contribute to sustainable agriculture.