Grand Hyatt Mumbai enters record books for longest lunch table
by EVENTFAQS Bureau | < a href = '/news/corporate-brand-marketing' > Marketing a > | March 14, 2012 | News
As reported earlier by EVENTFAQS, Tourism Victoria organised the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival in collaboration with Grand Hyatt Mumbai. India's longest lunch table was set up as part of the three-day festival, placing Grand Hyatt Mumbai in the Limca Book of Records.
Held from Feb. 22 to 24, the festival concluded with a lunch on Feb. 25 that witnessed an approximately 200m long lunch table, seating over 530 VIP guests. Grand Hyatt Mumbai will be included in the 2013 edition of the Limca Book of Records for India's longest lunch table. Tourism Victoria had roped in Seventy Seven to organise the longest lunch table at the festival at Grand Hyatt on Feb. 25.
The food festival was held at Grand Hyatt Mumbai's Italian restaurant, Celini, followed by a special media Masterclass on Feb. 24, where Chef Adam D'Sylva, Executive Chef and co-owner of Coda, Melbourne, and Jean Christophe Fieschi, Executive Chef, Grand Hyatt Mumbai, showcased four recipes off the menu to the media.
Commenting on the event, David Mansfield, General Manager, Grand Hyatt Mumbai said: "It was our pleasure to host the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival debut at Grand Hyatt Mumbai, in partnership with Tourism Victoria. We believe that the concept worked very cohesively as Grand Hyatt Mumbai is a contemporary lifestyle destination, where a vibrant spirit, contemporary art and authentic fine dining restaurants make up the vibe and character of the hotel. It was a great opportunity for us to cater world-class gourmet cuisine from Melbourne for our guests and provide them authentic hospitality at its best."
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India’s longest lunch table was set up as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.