CELEBRITY CHEF BOBBY CHINN POPS UP AT VERTIGO
BANYAN TREE BANGKOK
25-27 APRIL 2018
International chef, television presenter, restaurateur, cookbook author and cooking celebrity Chef Bobby Chinn will grace the kitchen at Vertigo for a fleeting guest residency that at no serious gourmand can afford to miss!
Chef Stefan Heilemann of the 2-michelin star restaurant ECCO in Zurich was recently invited to be guest chef at Vertigo Too, Hotel Banyan Tree Bangkok. For this occasion the renowned German chef produced a fantastic 7 course dinner menu which he described as modern European cuisine enhanced with top quality ingredients from around the world to make sure that each dish was a true delight.
ดินเนอร์ค่ำคืนนี้ สวยงามละเมียดละไมด้วยด้วยฝีมือของเชฟเยอรมันระดับ 2 ดาวมิชลิน Stefan Heilemann ที่บินตรงจากห้องอาหาร ECCO ในเมืองซูริค ประเทศสวิสเซอร์แลนด์ มาปรุงอาหารให้นักชิมชาวไทยได้ลิ้มลองกันที่ห้อง Vertigo Too โรงแรมบันยันทรี กรุงเทพ ฯ
The Banyan Tree Bangkok recently hosted an evening of an exclusive preview to introduce Chef Stefan Heilemann, of 2-Michelin Star ECCO in Zurich, who will be guest chef at Vertigo TOO during July 29 to August 1, 2017.
For Chef Stefan Heilemann’s complete degustation menu, please scroll down.
Vertigo TOO hosts Chef Stefan Heilemann of Two Michelin-Star restaurant ECCO
29 July – 1 August 2017
For a limited time, guests at Banyan Tree Bangkok’s sky-high dining venue can experience the Michelin-starred exquisite craftsmanship of celebrated German Chef Stefan Heilemann of storied Swiss table ECCO in Zurich.
Chef Stefan will serve guests his world-class, Michelin-star fare at Banyan Tree Bangkok’s Vertigo TOO for 4 days only—from 29 July – 1 August. An exclusive engagement that gives diners a rare opportunity to taste gourmet fare from a chef who has refined his culinary craft among European masters.
Embark on a Michelin-starred culinary experience with Japan-born Chef Kunihisa-san from Paris at Vertigo, Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel, 22-25 August
This young and talented Chef moved to France at the age of 25 where he trained and learned from some of France’s greatest Michelin chefs. After spending three years in Burgundy as Executive Chef at Hostellerie le Cedre, where he was awarded with three toques and the distinguished prize of Best Young Burgundy Talent in the Gault and Millau, and The Best Talent for a future star in the Michelin Guide, he moved to Paris in 2012 to open his own restaurant. Soon thereafter Gault Millau 2013 named him “Big of Tomorrow 2013” which was ensued in February 2013 by the 1 star to the Michelin Guide.