Cosentino brought “A Taste of Dekton” to The World’s 50 Best Restaurant event
June 14, 2016
Cosentino joined the global gastronomy community as a sponsor of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016. This year this prestigious event was held in New Your City at Cipriani Wall Street. The 15th annual event marks the first time it has been hosted in the United States, and the sixth time Cosentino has returned as sponsor of the awards.
At the gala celebration, the world’s best restaurant of 2016 was announced! Italy’s Massimo Massimo Bottura’s restaurant, Osteria Francescana, took the title! During the celebration, Cosentino presented “A Taste of Dekton.” Cosentino partnered with Ample Hills to provided delicious ice cream to the attendees. To illustrate the ultra-compact material’s unique capabilities against freezing temperatures, staining and scratching, the dessert was prepared atop Dekton. Not only was the ice cream delicious, but seeing the material in action proved to spark the interest of the attendees. “A Taste of Dekton” was a big hit with the chefs, restaurateurs and food industry professionals.
“It’s an honor to sponsor this global event for the sixth consecutive year and reaffirm Cosentino’s support for the international culinary community,” said Lorenzo Marquez, Vice President of Marketing for Cosentino North America. “Chefs from around the world, many who were honored on this list, use Cosentino materials in their kitchens because of the technical and aesthetic features offered for such a demanding environment. We’re pleased to celebrate them and the trust they place in our products at The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony.”
This event brings together a unique community of extraordinary culinary talent to celebrate global gastronomy. Featuring restaurants from 23 countries and six continents, the list provides an annual snapshot of the greatest gastronomic experiences across the globe. Cosentino happily supports this talented community and continues to evolve its product lines to provide the best possible materials for their use.