Abu Dhabi creates new Masterchef-type TV show

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Abu Dhabi-based television production company Twofour Arabia is creating a brand new chef show in which two ambitious professional chefs will compete for a job opportunity in some of the UAE’s very best restaurants.

The placements will be real and the chefs will be filmed as they undertake challenges to see who is up to the task of filling the roles on offer, that will range from entry level to senior positions.

"This is an amazing opportunity for any chef keen to make their mark in the UAE," said Twofour Arabia executive producer Reem Nouss in comments published by Hotelier Middle East.

"It will be a tough process but they’ll have the chance to show off their skills and receive really meaningful feedback from some of the region’s most prominent executive chefs," Nouss added.

The production company is still in the process of finalising the restaurants and chefs taking part, and will release the information once finalised.

Twofour Arabia is also looking for Arabic speaking chefs interested in taking part. Filming will take place both in the restaurants being featured and at a bespoke kitchen in Abu Dhabi, between October and December.

The series will be featuring restaurants that present a fantastic range of world cuisines, so chefs with skills or an enthusiasm for any style of cooking are encouraged to apply. Those interested in taking part can email chef@twofourarabia.ae for more information.

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