Food & Drink

Foodways Chef Series: Women in Food & the Culture of Gender

Chef Nuit Regular

Photo credit: Michael Graydon & Nikole Herriott

Friday, January 27, 2023

Reception – 6:30 pm
Dinner – 7:00 pm

$65 per person + HST and Gratuity
Space is limited. Members save 10%.


Food & Drink

Foodways Chef Series: Women in Food & the Culture of Gender

Friday, January 27, 2023
AGO Bistro, Art Gallery of Ontario

Featuring Chef Nuit Regular, Pai

Inspired by the current exhibition, Her Flesh.

Join us for the next dinner of the AGO’s Foodways Chef Dinner Series, highlighting the collaboration of our city’s greatest chefs and the intersection of culture and food.

About Chef Nuit Regular

Chef Nuit Regular is the Executive Chef and Co-Owner of PAI, Kiin, By Chef Nuit, and Sukhothai, as well as the Executive Chef of Selva. Chef Nuit has transformed the Thai food scene in Toronto through the distinct flavours of Northern Thai cuisine and hospitality. It all began when Chef Nuit opened the humble Curry Shack in the small town of Pai, in Northern Thailand. She made the decision to leave her career as a nurse so that she could share her passion and life experiences through family recipes, street market dishes, and Royal Thai cuisine in Canada.

The first Thai SELECT Ambassador for Canada, Chef Nuit has been recognized by the government of Thailand for the authenticity of her Thai cooking and was awarded the prestigious Thai SELECT Signature designation for her restaurants. She has been named a WX Network’s 2022 Top 100 Powerful Women in Canada with the BMO Entrepreneurs Award, and is the recipient of the 2022 American Express Award for Business Leadership. She has been a guest judge on MasterChef Canada and Top Chef Canada, Season 9, appeared on Big Food Bucket List, and is a resident judge on Food Network Canada's Wall of Chefs. Her debut cookbook, Kiin: Recipes and Stories from Northern Thailand, won a 2021 IACP Cookbook Award and a Taste Canada Gold Award. Follow her on Instagram @chefnuitregular.

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