The Fiji TimesLedua vies for Michelin star profession


Vibrant-eyed Peni Frederick Seniyasi Ledua envisions himself as a chef at a Michelin-star restaurant. Attaining a Michelin star is the best honour for any chef.

Though eating places are awarded the Michelin star, the chef in command of the kitchen normally takes the credit score for it.

Ledua, 23, is at present pursuing his Diploma in Culinary Arts (Degree 5) on the Fiji Nationwide College’s (FNU) School of Enterprise, Hospitality and Tourism Research (CBHTS).

The previous Queen Victoria Faculty scholar gained a silver medal within the Native Dish with a Fashionable Twist Class on the FMF Salon Culinaire 2022 held on the Sheraton Fiji Golf and Seashore Resort in Nadi.

“Attending to rub shoulders with among the high cooks within the nation who’ve years of expertise within the culinary discipline was a tremendous alternative for me,” Ledua shared.

“Taking part within the competitors and having the ability to win a silver medal in my class (Native Dish with a contemporary twist) is a blessing as all my exhausting work staying again at school and dealing the additional hours has lastly paid off.”

“Rising up, I might watch MasterChef on TV and it motivated me to change into a chef, and that’s why I enrolled on this programme, as a result of I knew it will be properly suited to me,” he defined.

Ledua can also be grateful to FNU lecturers for offering partaking and related courses and sensible studying.

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