Chef Guillaume Roget of Le Brouillarta to present a five-course dinner in Manila soon
The three-day evening affair will be from Nov. 27 to 29 at the Mirèio, Raffles Makati
Nov 6, 2019
Inspired by the flavors of southern France and Spain, chef Guillaume Roget will present his five-course dinner paired with fine wines on a three-day dining experience at Raffles Makati’s restaurant—Mirèio.
The menu will feature torched rare and wild new Caledonian blue prawn, broccoli emulsion, mushroom, and pine nut broth; pan-seared French foie gras, chestnut and lemon verbena-scented Jerusalem artichoke purée; grilled sea bass, chorizo Iberico enhanced razor clams, crunchy cauliflower risotto; Australian wagyu beef tenderloin celeriac confit, sweet onion foam, périgord black truffle; and chef Roget’s coffee and chocolate “conception.”
Driven and guided by his passion for the craft, self-taught Roget draws his inspiration from his Basques-Souletines roots paired with his mastery of wine. He began his career as a sommelier for acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurants such as Ruffet, le Mas de Candie, and Les Freres Ibarbour.
The dinner will be available from Nov. 27 to 29, 6:30 pm onwards for P6,800 per person.
For more information, call 7795-0707 or e-mail [email protected] Price is inclusive of VAT and subject to service charge and applicable local taxes.
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