2-Michelin Star Chef Bruno Oger comes to VIE Hotel Bangkok During 28th September – 1st October 2016

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Renowned 2-Michelin Star Chef Bruno Oger flies direct from Cannes, France, to La VIE – Creative French Cuisine in VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery by Sofitel to prepare four nights of incredible 7-course dinners during 28th September – 1st October 2016. 

Chef Bruno Oger is the owner of highly awarded restaurant La Villa Archange, in Cannes, where it attracts celebrities and gourmands from around the globe. He provided the talked-about banquet dinners for both the 50th and 60th anniversaries of the Film Festival de Cannes, and his name is synonymous with spectacular French cuisine.

Experience the illustrious food of the stars and discover his continuously acclaimed culinary techniques and the signature orchestra of tastes and textures that have made his talent so fabulously renowned.

Mark your calendar now with the newest 7-course dinner menu prepared for us by 2-Michelin Star Chef Bruno Oger — a feast awaits you!

Book now for the meal of a lifetime! Limited seats!!

7-Course Set Dinner is priced at 6,000 net per person.

7-Course Set Dinner with wine pairing is priced at 8,000 net per person. 

Michelin Star Chef Bruno Oger
Michelin Star Chef Bruno Oger

Dinner is served at 7 pm. 

Apéritif : Louise Roederer “Brut Premier” Champagne 


Aged Parmesan Panacotta with Garden Vegetables 



Artichoke Salad, Lettuce and White Onion Coulis


Brittany Lobster Royale

2013 Felton Road Bannockburn Riesling, Bannockburn, New Zealand



Line-caught Bass, Lemon-Lemongrass, Prawn Tartare with Coriander

2014 Verget Chablis Terres de Pierres, Burgundy, France


24-Hour Braised Veal Shank, Buttered Ratte Potatoes

2011 Domaine Rene Rostaing Côte-Rôtie Cuvée Classique Ampodium, Rhone, France



Victoria Pineapple Vacherin


Green Apple Platinum

2014 Verget Chablis Terres de Pierres, Burgundy, France


A native of the Morbihan in Northwestern France, Bruno Oger developed a passion for cooking at the age of 12. Deciding to make cooking his career, he vowed to himself that one day he would work in a 3-Michelin star restaurant. In pursuit of this goal, he went on to attend the hotel school of Dinard in Brittany, and obtained his CAP and BEP Kitchen in 1983.

At 21, Bruno achieved his dream when he was hired to work with Georges Blanc at the prestigious 3-star Vonnas restaurant in Bresse. In 1989, he began working at a famous French restaurant in a 5-star hotel in Bangkok, where he eventually became Executive Chef in 1993.

After moving to Cannes in 1995, Bruno opened his first restaurant, La Villa des Lys. He won his first Michelin star in 1997. He was also voted Best Chef of the Year by the Gault-Millau gourmet guide. In May 2003, Bruno received the coveted Medal of Chevalier of Arts and Letters from Jean-Jacques Aillagon, Minister of Culture and Communication. In 2005, he was awarded two Michelin stars for his superb culinary work at La Villa des Lys in Cannes.

Upon inaugurating his next restaurant, La Villa Archange, Bruno was again awarded two Michelin stars in 2011 after just ten months of opening. Chef Bruno has also been awarded the BIB Gourmand, and achieved great success with the 50th and 60th anniversary dinners of the Film Festival de Cannes.