Tuesday, January 10, 2012


Dinner will feature dishes inspired by Chef Jet Tila and hand-crafted cocktails
by Modern Mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim
      Foodie alert!  Chef Jet Tila and The Modern Mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim are joining food & beverage forces on an incredible pop-up dinner at Origin India Restaurant and Bar on February 8, 2012.  The five-course menu (includes dessert) will feature a variety of authentic, regionally inspired Thai dishes, allowing Chef Jet to showcase his Thai upbringing around the family dining room table.  Each course will be expertly paired with a hand-crafted cocktail by Tony Abou-Ganim, inspired by drinks featured in his book “The Modern Mixologist: Contemporary Classic Cocktails.”  This special dinner will start promptly at 7pm and be served family style – just as they used to do it at Jet’s house.
Join Us at Origin India Restaurant and Bar  on 4480 Paradise Road Wednesday, February 8, 2012; one seating at 7pm; $65 (plus tax and gratuity).
This is a dinner what any Foodie dreams of and should not be missed!    Dinner reservations can be made via email OriginIndia@langdonflynn.com (please reference Pop-Up Dinner in subject line).

Chef Jet Tila
Chef Jet Tila was  previously the executive chef of Wazuzu at Wynn Las Vegas, Jet Tila is a nationally celebrated chef and consultant known for his innovative Asian cooking technique. Also a teacher and a student in the art of food, Tila strongly believes in using a variety of authentic and regional ingredients to showcase his cooking talents. He has written for the Food section of the Los Angeles Times and has been featured in Los Angeles magazine. He has also appeared on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America,” Food TV's "The Best Of" and "Food Finds;" on HGTV's "Smart Solutions;" on PBS' "Visiting With Huell Howser;" and National Public Radio's "Good Food."  Learn more at www.chefjet.com.

Tony Abou-Ganim , Mixologist
Tony Abou-Ganim , Mixologist and author, is known for creating cocktail programs at prestigious bars in San Francisco, New York and Las Vegas. Also known as the Modern Mixologist, Abou-Ganim believes in taking a culinary approach to cocktails and considers himself a bar chef. He has also appeared on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America” and the Fine Living Network’s “Raising the Bar.” Learn more at w

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