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Hilton Singapore to Host Michelin-Starred Chef Laurent Peugeot between 22-28 September

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 22 July 2008

During the high-adrenaline Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix week,  One Michelin-Starred Chef Laurent Peugeot will thrill food enthusiasts with his creative fusion of French and Japanese flavours at the Singapore Hiltons Harbour Grill & Oyster Bar.

Hailing from the Burgundy region in France which is renowned for its gourmet cuisine, fine wines and idyllic landscapes, the French chef and owner of the celebrated Le Charlemagne restaurant in Pernand-Vergelesses will be in town from 22 to 28 September.

Chef Peugeots daring combination of flavours has won the favour of even the most conservative gourmands and several culinary competitions. Amongst the many accolades he has earned is the Best Young Chef award by the influential French restaurant guide, Gault Millau.

A keen culinary explorer at heart, Chef Peugeot has also spent several years in Japan where he learned more about Asian ingredients and developed his trademark culinary style that juxtaposes the simplicity of Japanese cuisine with the hearty flavours de Bourgogne.

Laurent Peugeot will be at The Harbour Grill & Oyster Bar from 22nd to 28th September 2008, Monday to Saturday. Lunches are priced from $65++, while dinners are available from $165++.

A Culinary Master Class will also be held from 10.00am 1.00pm on Saturday 27th September 2008, for just $100nett per person.

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