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      Jakarta, 18 February 2011 – In keeping with Mandarin Oriental’s commitment to creative and innovative cuisine, Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta is delighted to welcome Michelin-starred Chef Nicolas Isnard, to Lyon Restaurant where guests can savor his epicurean classic French cuisine from 25 to 27 March 2011.

      Chef Isnard is considered as one of the rising stars in the French culinary world for his natural talent and creativity, and food enthusiasts can enjoy his unique and appetizing dishes in Lyon restaurant with either a two- course menu, priced at IDR 580,000++, or a three-course menu, priced at IDR 720,000++ or a six course degustation menu at IDR 1,300,000++.

      With an extensive array of experience working in Michelin-starred restaurants including the three-starred L’Auberge du Vieux Puits in Fontjoncouse, Chef Isnard opened his own restaurant in June 2008 in Prenois, L’Auberge de la Charme, and in less than one year he received his own Michelin star status. In 2010 the restaurant was also listed on the Gault et Millau D’Or, a prestigious and influential restaurant guide in France.

      Influenced by the Mediterranean region combined with the best produce from Burgundy Chef Isnard’s cuisine combines modern techniques with classical and traditional French dishes ensuring that his dishes arouse both the palate and taste buds. Nicolas is famed for dishing up distinctive rustic flavours and aims to bring a fresh approach of sublime old school French cuisine, he is also a master at re-inventing classic and traditional French dishes, ingeniously titillating the palates of connoisseurs of fine cuisine.

      Marrying the refined culinary flair of southern France with his style is unique not only because of his talent and technique, but also because of his cooking style which is deeply rooted in his region.

      Some of his award winning and critically acclaimed dishes, include pressed duck’s liver with green apples and spiced aromatic wine; onion soup with black truffles; lobster served with chickpea purée and lemon ginger emulsion; Atlantic sea bass with artichoke in clear shellfish broth and a sweet selection of seductive desserts including layer of raspberry crème brulée and French sweet spice bread.

      “I am delighted to welcome Nicolas as he truly is one of the best young chefs and a rising stars in France today, Nicolas has a talent and creativity which is unique and will bring an excellent gourmet experience even to the discerning diners in Jakarta”, said Florian Pick, Director of Food and Beverage Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta.

      For further information and reservations, please call +62 (21) 2993 8888 or email mojktdine@mohg.com.

      All prices are per person and are subject to 21% service charge and government tax.

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