After opening in November, French and global-inspired restaurant, Stage, barely had time to get its feet off the ground before Covid hit. Now, former Robuchon chef Jay Sangsingkaew is back in the game and raring to take you on a whimsical, European ride with her new “Le Stage en Fete” menu. 

Carnival-inspired plating and Cirque du Soleil flare bring dishes like the playful foie gras sundae to life, with duck parfait and fig jam layered in a housemade ice cream cornet, topped with licorice soil, berry gel and crystalized pistachio. Meat eaters will go gaga for the sweet bread schnitzel, which stars herb-crusted lightly poached lamb sweetbread accompanied by black garlic, sauerkraut, flowers and herbs, though uni-fans will be besotted with the decadent orecchiette pasta cooked in a sea urchin cream and topped with Bafun uni and black winter truffle.

You can’t leave Stage without sampling the desserts, and the curious sounding Space Brownies—smoked with coffee and served with a mandarin sorbet coated in dark chocolate—will surely liven up your evening (they are not what you think!).

The seven-course tasting menu starts at B3,500 with options for wine pairing (B1,400/three glasses; B1,900/five glasses), while the 10-course Stage Experience menu will set you back B4,900, with wine pairing priced at B1,900/five glasses and B2,500 for seven glasses. Stage is open daily for private lunch from noon-2:30pm (min. four people, advance reservation only) and for dinner from 5pm-midnight

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