Nite Yun founded her Bay Area restaurant, Nyum Bai, with the goal of sharing and preserving Cambodian culture and building community through food. Far surpassing that goal, she’s been named one of Food & Wine's Best New Chefs, earned kudos from the likes of Bon Appétit (Hot 10 Best New Restaurants), San Francisco Chronicle, and Michelin Guide—all through her authentic approach to classic Cambodian street foods. Someone we’re all keeping an eye on, especially after earning a place on Time’s 100 NEXT list.
A portion of ticket sales from Nite's dinner will be going to The Pixie Project, Oregon's #1 animal adoption and rescue center.
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The 4th annual chef series at the Suttle Lodge brings culinary talent from across the country all the way to Central Oregon.
From January to June of 2020, each chef hailing from their own award-winning restaurant will be cooking a multi-course meal in our lodge. Creating menus according to their inspiration, dishes will be served family-style and fire-side.
Tickets: $95 per person includes dinner and gratuity.
Beverages served a la carte