Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka is delighted to welcome their new guest, Chef Anto Dwimanto, who is genuinely a miracle worker in the kitchen.
Originally from Indonesia, Anto Dwimanto has mastered the art of Teppanyaki style and Japanese cuisine with innovative new culinary creations. Whether you want to watch blades move at dizzying speed across a grill, or watch flames climb high into the air while you test your hand-eye coordination, teppanyaki is where it’s at, and this is what chef Anto is specialised at.
He has passion to deal with great flavours and fixings with fluctuated cooking procedures. With the experience of working in different World class Hotels and Restaurants like Golden Budha Mamoa, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Little Of Tokyo, Maryland, USA, Sakura Ocean City, etc. Chef Anto is now here at Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka’s kitchen.
Anto’s passion for cooking began with fond memories of grilling and smoking various kinds of meat with his father. He discovered his passion for the culinary arts while experimenting with Indonesian beef stew with rendang sauce for his family at the age of 15. It tasted terrible though! However, that did not discourage his passions for cooking. Those memories inspired him to enrol in a culinary school and he trained in world class hotels. His culinary expertise and delectable Indonesian and Japanese cuisine are bound to tantalise the taste buds of the foodies of Dhaka.
“Never stop experimenting, don’t be scared of it, just go and burn yourself to try a new experiment. Try to be a good cook before being a great chef,” is what Chef Anto believes in.
“It is very exciting to have a new input of ideas, and Chef Anto certainly shares our passion for producing top dishes, created using fresh, and seasonal ingredients. Moving forward, there will be a few changes to our menu to complement our current offering,” said Mashfa Alam, Marketing Coordinator, Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka.
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