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Wanderlust Küche

Wanderlust Küche: a culinary summit for between Germany, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand more...


Recipes, Chefs and Sustainability






The Blue Hour - Bangkok

​On 14 November 2018, the Goethe-Institut Thailand is inviting guests to a round table in Bangkok. The Blue Hour dinner is the main event of the culinary summit meeting Wanderlust Küche - A Culinary Dialogue, which includes a series of events spread over several weeks.



The Blue Hour - Syndey

The Goethe-Institut and the German National Tourist Office will present a truly unique German and Australian food showcase in November when acclaimed Australian chef and caterer Darren Taylor teams up with Hamburg chef Helge Hagemann who is known in his homeland for giving traditional German dishes a contemporary makeover.



The Blue Hour - Hanoi

The term "twilight hour" refers to the transition from day to night, when the sun has just set and the darkness is already arriving. It is the moment when sunset and moonrise merge and the sky shines in a rich blue of light and dark. The blue hour stands for the unity of diversity, for a symbiotic cooperation of two opposites.



The Blue Hour - Singapur

As part of the project ‘Wanderlust Küche - A Culinary Dialogue ’the ‘Magic Hour’ will take place on 28 November 2018 from 06.30pm at the restaurant ‘The Lokal’ at the Goethe-Institut Singapore.



The Blue Hour - Manila

German chef Steffen Burkhardt of the chef collective Werteköche teams up with renowned chef Kalel Chan of M Café in a one-of-a-kind dinner meant to highlight German-Filipino collaboration.

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