Chef’s Table at lebua: An Alternate Future for Fine Dining

Fine dining in Bangkok just got a tad more exciting with lebua’s new haute cuisine concept headed by former 3 Michelin Star restaurant Chef Vincent Thierry.

The current renaissance in fine dining has encouraged a raft of boundary-pushing culinary innovations. The result has been the evolution of fine dining into spectacle: think spherified appetisers, entrees accompanied by their own soundtracks, or Willy Wonka-like dessert confections meant to be smashed onto the table. These technological developments have changed the face of haute cuisine forever, in many ways for the better.

But Chef Vincent Thierry of Chef’s Table at lebua envisions an alternate future for fine dining. Born in the Loire Valley — considered “the garden of France” — and schooled in the art of cuisine through stints at the likes of Taillevent, La Cote Saint Jacques and the George V Hotel in Paris, Chef Vincent Thierry champions classical French cooking without pretension or over complication.

His confidence in a straightforward showcasing of French food has already won him many fans from his days helming Caprice in Hong Kong, where he was awarded 3 MICHELIN Stars ......

Full article : Michelin Guide Thailand