From the charming havens of Mégève high in the French Alps, 3-Michelin Star Chef Emmanuel Renaut, chef and owner of acclaimed Flocons de Sel restaurant, brings his inimitable cuisine to La VIE Creative French Cuisine for five days of culinary perfection during 24th– 28th November 2016.
Emmanuel Renaut is a truly rare breed in the culinary world, holder of the prestigious “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” (Best Craftsmen of France) and “Compagnon du Tour de France” (Companion of the Tour de France). He has been awarded three stars in the renowned Michelin Guide®.
A man of enormous talent, Chef Emmanuel Renaut founded Flocons de Sel in 1998 and he received his first Michelin star in 2003, the second one in 2006, and his third was awarded in 2012. In 2012, Emmanuel Renaut was also named “Cooking Chef of the Year”.
Today his widely celebrated skills in transforming the natural and local ingredients of the Alps into colourful, fragrant and succulent dishes have earned universal praise.
Do not miss this opportunity to enjoy the superb creations of this extraordinary artist.
Book now for the meal of a lifetime! Limited seats!!
10-Course Set Dinner (Available on 24th, 25th, 26th and 28th November 2016)
THB 11,000 net per person for food only
THB 13,000 net per person for food and wine pairing
Dinner is served at 6.30 pm.
5-Course Set Lunch (Available on 27th November 2016)
THB 5,500 net per person for food only
THB 7,500 net per person for food and wine pairing
Lunch is served at 12 pm.
THREE–MICHELIN STAR CHEF EMMANUEL RENAUT
A truly rare talent, Emmanuel Renaut is holder of the prestigious M.O.F., “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” (Best Craftsmen of France), and “Compagnon du Tour de France” (Companion of the Tour de France), and has been awarded three stars in the renowned Michelin Guide®.
Growing up in France, Emmanuel had always had a strong affection for mountainous regions and wished someday to complement his cooking with their grand beauty. He took his first career step toward this goal, after training in Paris, at the restaurant of the Hôtel de Crillon under Christian Constant. He then joined Marc Veyrat at the Auberge de l’Eridan, and was second-in-command in its kitchens for seven years.
After a stay in London, Emmanuel at last based himself in the awe-inspiring mountains of Mégève in Haute-Savoie and, in 1998, founded his own restaurant, Flocons de Sel. There he has perfected his widely celebrated talent of transforming the natural and local ingredients of the Alps into the colourful, fragrant and succulent dishes that have earned such universal praise.
Emmanuel Renaut received his first Michelin star in 2003, the second one in 2006, and his third in 2012, the year he was also named “Cooking Chef of the Year”.