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Events : Christmas Eve Dinner
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2018/2/3 1:01:55 (1274 reads)

Sunday, December 24th

 What to say about the 2017 Christmas Eve dinner?
 Who attended, can understand my hesitation as it is dif cult to express with human words what was a perfect event. The Christmas atmosphere created a spell so that it really felt like an extended family dinner. I cordially spoke with close friends but even people whom I haven`t had a chance to become intimate, felt like finally reunited family Members.

 The Kobe Club is always a venue which fosters happy memories and heart warming emotions. But what really makes it special is of course the Members and their guests. With Mr. Aviolat, we spoke about Swiss architects and how the Eiffel tower has actually been designed by a Swiss engineer (Mr. Koechlin). A Greek medical researcher and his charming wife (invited by Mr. Scott) disserted about the fell of Troy and the Peripatetic philosophers while I was talking with a university professor about the city of Siena which does not have a river but is home to the oldest bank in the world. I could go on and on but the best way to understand what I mean is ...to attend the next Kobe Club event!
 In my report, I cannot avoid to mention the food: as this event was held in the dining room and there were only 35 guests, Chef Kamiki expressed the very best of his skills and created a menu that resembles the climax of a reworks program.
 6 amazing main courses followed one after the other before the dessert, leaving us speechless about when was the series going to come to an end.
The service in the room was impeccable as usual and the wine owing...
 I attended the event with my wife and 7 year of son and we are looking forward to the 2018 Christmas dinner!

- Iacopo Torrini

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