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Hilton Tokyo launches Michelin 2-star Chef Sébastien Lefort Promotion

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Hilton Tokyo’s Michelin restaurant ‘Twenty One’ French Dining will feature a special promotion by the young and talented Chef Sébastien Lefort from July 1 to August 31, 2008. During this promotion, special menus combining summer ingredients and the original cooking style he developed while living in France, will proudly be prepared for all epicureans, priced at 22,869 Yen per course.

Sébastien Lefort began his career at the age of 15 while living in his hometown of Angers, France. After gaining experience working at world famous restaurants, Chef Lefort was appointed to the Restaurant Chef at ‘Twenty One’ French Dining in August 2006. His role has been to ensure full compliance to MOF Chef Stéphane Gaborieau’s recipes and creations along with the ‘Twenty One’ team members. 

Guests will be able to feast on the special menus including ‘Summer vegetables’ Petits Farcis’ and ‘Itoyori (Japanese threadfin bream) Salamander style’, which exclusively created by Chef Lefort during this limited offer.

Hilton Tokyo’s showcase restaurant, ‘Twenty One’ French Dining by Stéphane Gaborieau promises exquisite French cuisine, elegant service and a Michelin quality experience. Chef Stéphane Gaborieau and his right hand Chef Sébastien Lefort specialize innovative cuisine that features true harmony of flavors and impeccable presentation. In November 2007, the restaurant received Michelin 2-star award for its outstanding quality.

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