Michelin-star Chef Jerome Brochot from France, a world-renowned cook, has arrived in Ho Chi Minh City for a five-day culinary class featuring favorite dishes from his restaurant in Montceau-les-Mines.
Brochot, 34, Chef of “Le France” restaurant in Montceau, is serving a course in cutting-edge Gallic cuisine with a Burgundy-inspired menu at the five-star hotel Caravelle Saigon from August 8 to 12.
During a short class Monday, the Michelin-star Chef cooked three dishes for 20 people, serving them with Guinea fowl, beef tenderloin and quercy-style lamb rack.
|French Chef Jerome Brochot (R) performs in his cooking class at the Caravelle Hotel on August 8, 2011|
The guinea fowl was glazed with its juices, spiced guinea fowl meat sausage, with crunchy green asparagus and beans.
The dish was followed with beef tenderloin, butter-search with duck liver and bone marrow, with pan juice drizzled macaroni gratin.
The short class ended with quercy-style lamb rack and loin on garlic comfit, with sweet pepper stew pastille.
The lesson was priced at VND 980,000 and included Taittinger Champagne, a light tasting menu and desserts.
For five nights, Monday till Friday, at the Caravelle’s Reflections Restaurant, the Chef offers a French menu and two set menus of favorite dishes from his restaurant in France.