Michelin-Starred French Chef Nicolas Isnard during 3 – 5 April 2019

| March 20, 2019
La VIE – Creative French Cuisine in VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery by Sofitel in collaboration with Thai Airways International Public Company Limited and Krungthai Card Public Company Limited (KTC) would like to invite you to experience the ultimate culinary experience with Michelin-starred Chef Nicolas Isnard, a master of the Mediterranean influence in French cooking and one of the most exciting and innovative chefs in France today. Join us for three nights of 7-course dinners and unforgettable pleasure during 3rd – 5th April 2019.
Michelin-Starred-Chef-Nicolas-Isnard-1Michelin-starred Chef Nicolas Isnard is chef and co-owner of Auberge de la Charme á Prenois restaurant, which was awarded a Michelin star within a year after opening, Chef Nicolas comes from the south of France and his grandparents were Italian, which much of his own sense of exciting tastes in a unique style both sincere and experimental. Chef Nicolas has also been awarded 4 toques by the Gault & Millau guide and received the honored title of ‘Maitre Cuisinier de France’ in 2012.Cooking is a “life-long passion” to Michelin-starred Nicolas Isnard. He loves his calling and the foods he works with, blending a sensitive knowledge of techniques with sheer passion to produce works of culinary art that linger deliciously on the palate, bringing to mind every dream of the azure Mediterranean and the richness of southern French cuisine.

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Nicolas Isnard’s 7-course dinners will be served at La VIE – Creative French Cuisine during 3rd – 5th April 2019.

7-Course Michelin Star Set Dinner (Dinner is served at 7:00 pm)

THB 5,750 ++ per person for food only

(A perfectly paired wine package is available at an additional charge of only THB 1,800 ++ per person)

  • From Auberge de la Charme á Prenois restaurant, France
  • Domaine de La Grande Côte – Crémant de Bourgogne Brut Cuvée, France
  • Scallop Tartare
  • Cauliflower, Granny Smith Apple, Caviar
  • Chateau Clarke ‘Le Merle Blanc’, Baron Edmond de Rothschild, Bordeaux, France 2016
  • Phô of Foie Gras
  • Baron Edmond de Rothschild, ‘Rimapere’ Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, NZ 2017
  • Red Mullet
  • Aubergines Confit, Saffron-Apples Emulsion
  • Chateau des Laurets, Baron Edmond de Rothschild, Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion, France 2015
  • Waygu Beef, Black Garlic
  • Onion Soup Revisited
  • Louis Eschenauer Sauternes, Bordeaux, France 2015
  • Fromage Blanc, Cherry sorbet
  • Mocha
  • Coffee or Tea

Michelin-starred Chef Nicolas Isnard

Originally, from the south of France, Nicolas Isnard’s cuisine is influenced by the Mediterranean flavours he absorbed in the kitchen of his Italian grandmother. Destined for a life of culinary greatness, after his study and apprenticeship in various restaurants, while still young, Nicolas became Chef de Partie for Relais & Chateau at its 1-Michelin Star restaurant Le Prieure and second chef at another 1-Michelin Star restaurant, Le Vieux Logis, before accepting a position with 2-star La Rotonde, in Lyon, where he started to experiment with his own styles and his innate skills began to blossom.

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Soon he was working with Goujon at the Auberge du Vieux Puits and by 27 was chef at Château de Curzay. The same year he was awarded the notable “Young Talent” award in the Poitou-Charentes region by the Gault Millau guide.

During this time, Nicolas met his future wife, Cécile, and business partner, David le Comte, and was finally able to open his own restaurant, Auberge de la Charme á Prenois. Specializing in French cuisine prepared with modern techniques, he received a Michelin star within a year’s time.

Since then, Nicolas has also been awarded 4 toques by the Gault et Millau guide and received the honored title of ‘Maitre Cuisinier de France’ in 2012.

According to Michelin-starred Nicolas Isnard, “Cooking to me is a lifelong passion.” He describes his cooking as “Happy and flavoursome,” and the guideline he follows in the kitchen to achieve the works of culinary art which have brought him fame is very simple: “You have to love your food. Be patient, curious, open-minded and adventurous — these are all the essential traits in becoming a successful chef.”

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Michelin-starred Chef Nicolas Isnard will be at La VIE – Creative French Cuisine for three delightful days of dinners during 3rd – 5th April 2019.

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