The three chefs from Lyon will participate in the culinary festival, taking place in three days, starting from September 20 at Sofitel Saigon Plaza
Sofitel Saigon Plaza at 17 Le Duan Boulevard, District 1, has announced its "Lyon Culinary Festival," featuring food from Lyon, France's third largest city that for 76 years has been recognized as the country's gastronomic capital.
The event, taking place only for three days from September 20-22, will see participation of three famous chefs, including one MOF Chef (MeilleurOuvrier de France) known as the Best Craftsmen of France, William Jacquier, as well as Bruno Blunzer and Laurent Bouvier.
The festival will offer connoisseurs Emotion, Magnifique menu at L'Olivier restaurant and Sunday Brunch at Cafe Rivoli, starting at VND680,000++ per person for a three-course meal.
Traditional French dishes such as Oeufs en Meurette, Lyon-style salad Paté en croute, chicken liver cake, Nantua sauce, onion confit with Beaujolais sauce, omelet with prawns, and Lyon's supreme sauce will all be available at the culinary festival.
There will be Lyon delicacies including Coq au vin, apples doormat, poultry in vinegar with a small vegetable casserole, piglet Jaret confit with lentils, and Cervelle de canut and St, Marcelin cheeses will also be available at the event.
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