Monday, March 13, 2017

Michelin chef Christophe Lerouy to cook at Sofitel Hanoi Metropole's Le Beaulieu

Christophe Lerouy to cook at Sofitel Hanoi Metropole's Le Beaulieu

This spring, French Michelin-starred chef Christophe Lerouy makes an unprecedented cameo appearance at Vietnam’s The Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi.

The celebrity guest chef will cook for two unique culinary experiences on April 28 and 29 at the hotel’s French fine-dining restaurant, Le Beaulieu, as part of the Metropole’s annual Les Arômes Festival. 

THE MENU FOR THE CHRISTOPHER LEROUY DINNER AT THE SOFITEL LEGEND METROPOLE

Christophe Lerouy to cook at Sofitel Hanoi Metropole's Le Beaulieu

Diners will taste Chef Lerouy's eclectic Asian-inspired French cooking. The four-course dinner at The Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi on April 28 will include mouthwatering dishes as warm oysters, with torched foie gras, apple wasabi puree, and Iberico ham stock.

On April 29 Chef Lerouy teams up with the Sofitel Legend Metropole’s Chef de Cuisine, Olivier Génique, to cook a five-course feast. Each chef will prepare two courses featuring imported delicacies such as seared Hokkaido scallops and Argentinian striploin, before joining forces for the final act: a surprise chocolate-infused dessert.

“This meeting of the culinary masterminds brings passionate foodies together in both the kitchen and dining room, offering an unforgettable dining experience,” said Franck Lafourcade, the Metropole’s general manager. “We are excited to have Chef Christophe Lerouy with us and we’re looking forward to two special evenings of excellent food and wine.”

ABOUT CHEF CHRISTOPHE LEROUY

With over 20 years of experience in various Michelin-starred restaurants around the world, including Amador in Abu Dhabi and Jardin des Sens in Montpellier, Chef Lerouy was awarded his first Michelin star at Alma by Juan Amador in Singapore where he was Chef de Cuisine.

After leaving Alma last year, 34-year-old Lerouy launched his own restaurant, DSTLLRY par Christophe Lerouy in Singapore, serving French cuisine with subtle infusions of Asian techniques and ingredients. The celebrity chef dinners are part of the Metropole’s Les Arômes Festival.

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