Campbelltown Catholic Club chefs test skills against best in the state

Prepared: Kyūbi chefs Anthony Sellars and Laxmi Sahukhal get ready to compete in the Chef's Table.

Prepared: Kyūbi chefs Anthony Sellars and Laxmi Sahukhal get ready to compete in the Chef's Table.

Two Campbelltown Catholic Club chefs will compete against of the industry’s best later this month.

The Chef’s Table competition features the best chefs, cooks and apprentices who work in NSW clubs.

Campbelltown Catholic Club will be represented by Kyūbi head chef Anthony Sellars and fellow Kyubi chef Laxmi Sahukhal.

It will be the first time the duo compete in the annual two-day event.

Campbelltown Catholic Club head chef Paul Rifkin, said Mr Sellars and Mr Sahukhal would do the local venue proud.

“Both chefs are from our upmarket restaurant Kyūbi, and this competition is a good opportunity to showcase their skills,” he said.

“They’re aiming to make the ingredients speak for themselves, it will be about simplicity of flavour, because that’s the strength of Kyūbi.”

Clubs NSW chief executive Anthony Ball said the competition aimed to highlight the culinary talents of those that work in club kitchens.

“Many of Sydney’s finest restaurants are inside registered clubs, offering a vast array of dining options to patrons,” he said.

“Our industry is fortunate to have so many gifted chefs who produce thousands of quality meals to suit any taste bud, and Chef’s Table is all about illustrating this enormous amount of talent.”

Dishes will be judged by renowned chefs Julio Azzarello and Adam Moore, and Masterchef contestant Courtney Roulston.

The competition will be held at Ryde TAFE on Tuesday, June 27 and Wednesday, June 28.

Winners will be announced at function held at Dalton House on Monday, July 24.

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