His restaurant in Paris has held three Michelin stars since 1996.
Alain Passard, one of France’s most acclaimed chefs, is returning to Bangkok for the third time this Dec 11-12. This time, he'll be whipping up some of his signature dishes at sky-high Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar—Thailand’s highest restaurant and bar located on the 76th floor of King Power Mahanakhon.
Chef Passard’s l’Arpege restaurant in Paris has held three Michelin stars since 1996. Back in 2001, he removed red meat from his menu to focus solely on fresh vegetables from his three gardens throughout France. Although he reintroduced poultry and fish recently, veggies still take center stage.
He'll be treating diners to an eight-course lunch (B12,000) on Dec 11, followed by an 11-course dinner with wine pairing (B14,000) on Dec 12. Expect to sample some of his most influential dishes, such as the classic Brittany blue lobster aiguillette, a tarte Tatin made with caramelized longor shallots and the ever-so-delicate bouquet of roses tart.
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