This November, Michelin-starred chef Alain Dutournier will be back in Hanoi’s Press Club to present his art of French haute cuisine at the Festival of Flavours, praising the freshness and sweetness of the season.
|Michelin-starred chef Alain Dutournier is coming back to Vietnam at Press Club |
During late autumn before the cold winter actually comes is the best time for French chefs to wander around the market and come up with new menu ideas. As one of the most talented chefs of world-renowned French gastronomy, Alain Dutournier once again comes to Vietnam to bring culinary enthusiasts a creative menu of natural ingredients, selected, and cooked by the head chef.
His special winter menu, as usual, will be unveiled at the very last minute to bring diners a pleasant surprise with an explosion of tastes, colours, and emotions in cuisine. Guests to the Festival of Flavours will not only experience interesting breakthroughs in the use of new ingredients but discover life in southwest France where Alain Dutournier was born and raised, about the sweet childhood memories of this talented chef. Diners will have the chance to experience a perfect pairing of food and wine as Alain Dutournier is not only a Michellin-starred chef but also a wine expert.
|Guests can meet Alain Dutournier and enjoy dishes cooked by the head chef himself |
In its third season, Festival of Flavours at Press Club invites Alain Dutournier to share his opinions on sustainable cooking. With rich knowledge of biota, he always follows the philosophy of respecting nature and maximising the freshness and deliciousness of seemingly regular ingredients. This is also the foundation of sustainable cooking.
From November 12 to 23, guests can have a privilege to meet the Michelin-starred chef Alain Dutournier and enjoy dishes cooked by Alain himself, with lunch menu pricing from VND900,000++ ($39++) and dinner from VND1,750,000++ ($76++).