Embark on a culinary journey like no other during the Sustainable Culinary Week, an extraordinary event that unites the worlds of gastronomy and sustainability. From June 6-10, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa will present a curated selection of the finest sustainable dishes, crafted by renowned chefs who are dedicated to preserving the planet and delighting palates.

This week-long celebration promises to engage all your senses and ignite a passion for environmentally conscious dining. Indulge in a myriad of flavors, from sea-to-table and farm-to-table delicacies to innovative plant-based creations, all prepared with ethically sourced, organic ingredients. Our beverage selections will also embody the spirit of sustainability, featuring a range of wines, creative cocktails, and artisanal drinks.

The event will feature the talents of JW Marriott resident chefs from Hanoi and Phu Quoc Island, as well as guest chefs from JW Bangkok and Khao Lak. Each of our food and beverage outlets will showcase exclusive, innovative culinary delights. Tempus Fugit, our all-day dining venue, will present a mesmerizing fusion of Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, and international dishes, curated by our resident and guest chefs.

For a unique dining experience, visit Red Rum, our beachfront restaurant, which blends Latin American and Japanese cuisine. Sample delicacies like An Thoi shrimp maki and Phu Quoc cobia sashimi, showcasing the freshest local ingredients.

Beyond the culinary delights, guests can immerse themselves in the rich local culture of Phu Quoc. Explore the island’s agricultural wonders, including honeybee farms, pepper plantations, and the iconic fish sauce village, through chef-guided tours. Learn firsthand about the island’s renowned peppercorns, fish sauce, and honey, and participate in hands-on cooking classes using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Coffee enthusiasts will also have the opportunity to perfect their brewing techniques in Vietnamese coffee-making workshops.

Join us for an unforgettable week where sustainability meets culinary excellence.

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