Blending of diverse Asian heritages with new flavors
Place: JUNGSIK, Cheongdam-dong, Seou
Time: 6pm (Thurs) May 5th , 2016
Exploration of French and Asian modern Gastronomy
Pascal Barbot is the most unconventional three-star Michelin chef in France.
His cuisine proves that less can actually be more. His dishes contain no hint of the heavy, rich character
that is usually associated with French cuisine: he uses fresh, regional ingredients
in place of cream and butter, with even salt and pepper being replaced by herbs and spices.
Kang Mingoo from Mingles, the 15th spot of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants is
collabrating to explore the boundaries of French and Asian modern gastronomy.
파스칼 바흐보 강민구
Place: Mingles, Cheongdam-dong, Seoul
Time: 6pm (Sun) May 8th, 2016
True French Contemporaray Dining Experience at the City's Must See Attraction
Mathieu Viannay, one of the top names in French contemporary cuisine scene,
experiments with taste, textures and ingredients 'mixing' between
completely modern cuisine and 'Mère Brazier recipes revisited'.
Duncan Robertson, the head chef at N Grill, the revolving restaurant on the top floor of the N Seoul Tower,
collaborates with Mathieu Viannay to bring exquisite French dining experience
at N Grill, one of the city's must see attractions.
매튜 비아네이 던컨 로버트슨
Place: N-Grill, N Seoul Tower
Time: 7pm (Wed) May 4th , 2016