Through keeping an eye on this amazing chef and following his innovative talent on Modern Bistro Fine Dining until the recent announcement of Michelin Star 2013, V Villas Hua Hin has shot out the priority invitation, supported by Kasikorn Bank (K Bank) and Advance Info Service Plc. (AIS), to fly in to Thailand this young rising star French Michelin Star Chef Sylvain Sendar, owner of Itinéraires restaurant in Paris.
Due to his hot profile, and overwhelming congratulations and support from his fans, Sylvain can only make a short visit to Thailand with only 2 dinners of tempting 6 courses. On Saturday 1 June at V Villas Hua Hin.
The 6-course Dinner presents signature dishes which everything is cooked fresh and homemade by his own team.
Arctic King Crab and avocado in vegetable ravioli, honey dressing and cilantro Fresh garden potato velouté soup, golden caramelized hazelnuts, sous vide egg and smoked milk foam
Grilled line-caught imported French “John Dory”, with fresh langoustine in green mango tartare, seasonal vegetables, seared crustacean shell juice
** (Signature main dish) Alive Boston lobster and citrus confit, simple leek with a “grain of salt”, almonds, the only “Vin Jaune du Jura” yellow wine sauce Charcoal roasted native “canette des Dombes “duck fillet, glazed turnips, citrus powder, aromatic herbs, Mostarda di Cremone and lemongrass condiment
** (Signature dessert) Vanilla Cassata, green apple and basil sherbet
Sylvain with his sous chef Anne as well as Sarah – his Sommelier and life time partner will ensure dining enjoyment. Priced at THB 7,000.- net for food only or THB 9,000.- net for food and selected wine pairing.
Extra and special at V Villas Hua Hin! A villa package with Michelin Star dinner is offered with best deal from 1-2 June 2013.
- 1 night stay in a 2-Bedroom Pool Villas Hua Hin for THB 45,000.- net, including 6-course Michelin Dinner, and V Breakfast for 4 persons
- 1 night stay in a 3-Bedroom Pool Villas for THB 60,000.- net, including 6-course Michelin Dinner, and V Breakfast for 6 persons
For more information: 02 309 3939 ext.3705, E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Chef Sylvain Sendra: Hailing from “food capital of the world” Lyon, in France, Sylvain completed his studies at Vatel Institute Culinary School and started his chef career path with the famous Hotel Byblos Saint Tropez in the south of France. His experience widened through working with 2 Michelin star chef Jean Marc Delacourt who was honoured as Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 1991, at Château de La Chèvre d’Or (a castle turned hotel) under the Relais & Châteaux luxury hotels group.
Sylvain then moved to London to work with Chef Alexis Gauthier (1 Michelin star) at Roussillon restaurant (Chef Alexis is the former chef of the famous 3 Michelin Star Chef Alain Ducasse’s restaurant Louis 15 in Monaco).
Back in Paris, he started a new trend “Parisian tapas” concept for an investor which was a huge business success. At age 24, he and his wife Sarah opened a pocket size 26-seat bistro “Le Temps au Temps”, highly praised by the media. In May 2008, the Sendras, feeling the need to move forward, opened Itinéraires with a focused menu incorporating his unique cuisine inspirations from his long-distance travels, such as to Japan and Peru, which has been described as offering “a great snap shot of the best of contemporary French bistro cooking”. Itinéraires achieved its first Michelin Star in 2013 after four years of laudatory reviews from gourmets around the world including The New York Times.
Some of his recent significant awards include:
- 2008, Winner of the “Rising Stars of Gastronomy“ contest organized by Champagne Jacquart
- 2009, elected Best Bistro of the 5th District of Paris by the famous restaurant guide Gault & Millau
- Elected as Best Bistro of the year by American Gourmet Magazine
- 2010, Winning team of the first prize of the Oloron Sainte-Marie Culinary Photography Award
- Year 2013 – 1st Michelin Star