Jul 27, 2022 3 min read

Global Chefs Challenge: Who Will Win the 2022?

Global Chefs Challenge: Who Will Win the 2022?
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Global Chefs Challenge is a competition that pits some of the world's best chefs against each other in global cook-off.

Global Chefs Challenge is a competition that pits some of the world's best chefs against each other in global cook-off. The challenge is to create an innovative dish using a specified list of ingredients. Teams from all of the world is gathering in Abu Dhabi.

The competition is fierce and the stakes are high. Some of the world's most talented chefs will be cooking for the three title of; GLOBAL CHEFS CHALLENGE, GLOBAL YOUNG CHEFS CHALLENGE – THE HANS BUESCHKENS TROPHY and  the GLOBAL PASTRY CHEFS CHALLENGE. So it's anyone's guess who will come out on top in this global completion. But one thing is for sure: it'll be a close race to the finish when these professional chefs meats.


As the best chefs in the world compete for the title of Global Chefs Challenge Champion, it is anyone's guess who will come out on top. With so many talented cooks vying for the prize, it is sure to be a close competition.

The final will be held in Abu Dhabi on the 31 May - 1 June 2022, in concurrence with the Worldchefs Congress and ExpoCulinaire. This year's world final will be unique with 18 countries bidding to take home the title of Worldchefs Global Chefs Champion.

The cook-off to find the winner will be intense, with each chef bringing their own style and flair to the table. It will be a tough competition, but in the end, only one can be crowned the champion.

The best of the world's chefs have come together at this one venue. They're not just here to compete, they want their skills showcased and judged on an international level! The 4 course menu must be completed within 5 hours - any team found in violation will lose valuable points towards qualification for next year’s World Chef Cup as well as suffer harsh consequences should they exceed deadline by even seconds...


The Worldchefs Young Chef Challenge is back for its third year, and this time it's bigger and better than ever. Eight countries will be represented in the final cook-off on June 2nd in Abu Dhabi, and the winner will be decided by a panel of expert judges.

If you're thinking of attending the event, you won't want to miss the chance to see some of the world's best young chefs in action. It promises to be a thrilling competition, and you can be sure that the judges will be looking for creativity, technical skill, and presentation when making their decision.


To prepare a 3 course menu for 4 pax (3 for jury + 1 for general photos) and the menu must be served in order and on you time allocation – as penalties will apply.


A warm seafood appetizer featuring Sterling White Halibut, 1 Les vergers Boiron product and Koppert Cress.


A main course using Van Drie Veal Fillet and Veal Neck with appropriate starch and compliments.


A dessert featuring Valrhona Bahibe 46%, Dilmah Tea and 2 Les vergers Boiron products.


This year’s world final we will see 8 countries bidding to take home the title of Worldchefs Pastry Chefs Global Champion. It will take place on the 30 May 2022 at Abu Dhabi.


Theme for the Centrepiece, the desserts, and the cakes: 1001 Arabian Nights The required ingredients will be announced 6 months before the competition.

A)A chocolate centerpiece within 60 – 100 cm in height featuring Valrhona Equatoriale Noire 55%.

  1. B) Six (6) portions of the same identical dessert for up market restaurant reflecting the overall theme of featuring the flavor of Valrhona Bahibe 46%, Dilmah tea, 2 Les vergers Boiron products (Bergamot 100% and another product of your choice) and Koppert Cress.
  2. C) 1 cake of your choice featuring Les vergers Boiron Clementine from Corsica (from PGI fruits) 100%. It must weigh between 800 – 900g (excluding the garnish).

5 portions of the cake to be presented to the jury on your time slot, the remaining gateau to be on your show table on completion.

Each competitor will be given a maximum of 8 hours to prepare the following. 30 more minutes will be given to set-up the centrepieces and table.

So who do you think will take home the top prize? We'll have to wait and see, but one thing's for sure: it's going to be a close race. Tune in on June 2nd to find out who the winner is!

Read more at: https://www.globalchefschallenge.org/Home

Joel Gudheimsson
I'm a vice principal at a culinary School writing about the things I think is interesting In the culinary industry, world wide.
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