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Riesling stars at Okura 'Food Is Art'

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Two young and innovative German culinary ambassadors were in Bangkok recently. Two-star Michelin chef Tim Raue and superstar winemaker Markus Schneider were here as part of the Okura Prestige Hotel's "Food Is Art", a series of dining and wining events featuring guest chefs and fine wines from around the world. 

From left are Jan Ganser, fin wine consultant, Samir Wildemann, general manager of the Okura Prestige Hotel, Marie Anne Raue, chef Tim Raue, winemaker Markus Schneider and Benjawan Wisootsat, managing director of the Optimum Group.

In the Michelin Guide 2013, Germany is now second to France in Europe for top restaurants, with its top chefs producing extraordinarily varied and experimental food. Berlin's Tim Raue, famed for his masterful blends of Western and Asian cuisine, ranks among them.

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