Chowzter announces the nominations for the The 2014 World’s Tastiest Fast Feasts

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 8th April 2014
The definitive global awards for authentic regional foods. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony at L’Anima Cafe on Sunday 27th April 2014. The finalists in the categories for the much anticipated Chowzter World’s Tastiest Fast Feasts Awards have been announced today. Spanning the globe, the finalists range from a hidden Bangkok street food stall to a ramen bar in Tokyo through to a small canteen based at the Hindu Temple Society in Queens. The types of dishes included in the global shortlist range from a doner kebab from Berlin, a fried jam croissant from London, red velvet cake from Savannah and falafel from Paris. The full list of nominees is provided below. Taking place at Francesco Mazzei’s L’Anima Cafe in London on 27th April, The World’s Tastiest Fast Feasts awards will reveal a list of the best dishes in the world as selected by top food experts from around the globe. Passionate foodies and bloggers have been handpicked from over 100 locations worldwide and asked to nominate what they consider to be the must-try dishes in their city. The categories include: pizza; seafood; vegetarian; noodles; tastiest bird; rice; sandwich and bakery.  On the night there will be awards announcing the world’s foodiest city as well as the best regional dish from Europe; North America; Latin America and Asia. The awards will then culminate in one dish being named as the “Tastiest item on Earth.” The awards will bring together an exciting mixture of global food experts, chefs, writers and dedicated foodies all rubbing shoulders to discuss, disseminate and most of all celebrate the best food currently being made on earth. For further information and to see who won awards in 2013 please visit:  http://www.chowzter.com/awards/Chowzter-world-awards  

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 8th April 2014

Chowzter announces the nominations for the The 2014 World’s Tastiest Fast Feasts