Chef competition at Harrah's highlights blooming restaurant trend
Senthilkumar Rajasekaran, of South Brunswick, won the title in the South Asian category of Supreme Asian Chef Culinary Battles at Harrah's Atlantic City.
Chef Anthony Amoroso, right, and Chef Justin Antiorio served as judges in the competition. Both have competed in similar competitions themselves, Antiorio on Season 10 of Hell's Kitchen and Amoroso in Iron Chef, Battle Branzino.
Chef Charles Disanayke, of New York, NY, plates a sauce for his Asian surf and turf during the competition.
Host John Whelan was impressed with this handmade tool used to create vermicelli-like noodles from rice flour.
Sai Pituk, of Thailand, left, won the title in the East Asian category for her shrimp carpaccio. The regional winners will compete against winners from Chicago and Philadelphia Jan. 28 at Atlantic Grill in Atlantic City for the title of Supreme Asian Chef.
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