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Chef Guillaume Roget of Le Brouillarta to present a five-course dinner in Manila soon

Chef Guillaume Roget of Le Brouillarta to present a five-course dinner in Manila soon


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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Writer: BEA NICOLE AMARILLE © 2020. Hinge Inquirer Publications, Inc.