Chef Stphane Buron from Two Michelin-Star Chabichou Restaurant to Perform at Hotel Mulia Senayan in Jakarta

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Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta - Indonesia is flying in Chef Stphane Buron from the celebrated Two Michelin-Star Chabichou restaurant in France, to its French and Pan-Asian restaurant, Orient8.

Chef Buron will be showcasing a choice of two signature French Set Menus for three days only, from Friday, 8 May until Saturday, 10 May 2014 during both lunch and dinner.

Utilising innovative combinations and techniques, the multi-award winning Chef who has helped maintain the two Michelin-star status of the restaurant in the French Alps - in which he has been a resident chef of for the past 30 years - will meet and greet French cuisine enthusiasts and gourmands alike in Indonesia's bustling cosmopolitan capital city, presenting to them some of his signature delights derived from his very own secret recipes, with a choice of either a 6-course lunch/dinner, or 8-course lunch/dinner.

Winner of one of the most prestigious culinary accolades in France, "Meilleur Ouvrier de France 2004", and the more recent "Trophy of Gastronomy" as "Best Chef of the Year 2013", Stphane Buron decided to become a chef at a very young age after discovering the many tastes of his grandmother's home cooking. Chef Buron's style is largely influenced by many famous chefs from renowned establishments during the early course of his career.

Being aware of the city's increasing demands for fine dining, Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta has been regularly flying in world-class chefs to cook in the kitchens of its fine restaurants. Amongst the big names are Seiji Yamamoto of Ryugin, Gilles Reinhard for Paul Bocuse, David Thompson, Gunther Hubrechsen, Claudio Sadler, Jacques Pourcel, Keisuke Matsushima, Mauro Uliassi and many more.

Mulia, Jakarta, Gourmet, Chef, Executive Chef

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