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After appearing on two seasons of Masterchef Canada, not to mention walking away with the coveted title in 2021, Christopher Siu is one of Toronto’s most treasured culinary lights. Known as much for his fantastical, technically flawless creations as he is for his unassuming, welcoming nature, Siu is a fan favourite for good reason. Next weekend, in collaboration with Miele Canada’s Ghost Kitchen, Siu is presenting a special pop-up featuring the type of creative, singular bites that have made him a household name.
The official major appliance sponsor of Masterchef Canada, Miele is a German company making some of the world’s finest high-end appliances. Last May, the company announced a new ghost kitchen operating out of its Miele Experience Centre in Vaughan. Throughout the summer, the ghost kitchen is hosting pop-ups featuring local chefs and their one-of-a-kind creations.
On Saturday, July 24, Siu is offering up a sampling of his distinctive, delicious sweets as Miele's guest chef. A unique twist on afternoon tea, each petit four set includes Siu’s award-winning Hong Kong milk tea. Lemon meringue travel cake, pistachio rose savarin, buckwheat hazelnut savarin and Siu’s now-famous banana split St. Honoré cake are also included.
“This is not the best-tasting dessert I’ve had this season,” said resident judge Claudio Aprile after tasting Siu’s take on St. Honoré on season 7 of Masterchef Canada. “It’s the best in seven seasons.”
Available in limited quantities, each petit four set is available to order through the Miele Ghost Kitchen website. Pickup is at the Miele Experience Centre in Vaughan on July 24 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Order soon for a taste of Siu’s inimitable desserts and enjoy an exclusive afternoon tea experience this weekend.