Posted: January 25, 2010
My dear readers,
I am very excited to present one of the brightest culinary talents today from France, Chef Pascal Barbot who will be visiting us at The Sukhothai Bangkok in early March. Chef Pascal Barbot was born in 1972 in Vichy, France.
After attending culinary institute he gained an internship at Maxim’s in Paris before moving to Michelin starred restaurants. In 2000 Chef Pascal Barbot opened L’Astrance, his three-Michelin star restaurant in Paris. He draws influence from all around the world and is doing nothing less than reinventing French cooking. Barbot’s cooking is light, minimalist with a modern twist. His culinary philosophy centers on pure clean flavours that are decisive and completely refined. Actually Barbot’s cuisine reminded me of Japanese cuisine, no one flavour overwhelms the other, but all go hand in hand harmoniously.
I met Chef Barbot months ago and found him cheerful and humble, with a tremendous energy about him. His peacefulness and calmness have had an immensely positive effect on my approach to kitchen life and cooking.
The waiting list is long and can be up to two months in his restaurant in Paris, so it is a great chance or the only chance for you to try his petit and poetic cuisine during 2-6 March 2010 in La Scala restaurant. Chef Barbot will cook for both lunch and dinner over these dates. If you want to experience Chef Barbot’s superb cuisine, you really do have to make advance dining reservations very soon. The dinner service is almost fully booked. So hurry up…if you don’t want to be disappointed.
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