• chef Richard Ekkebus of Amber
  • chef Arnaud Dunand Sauthier of Le Normandie

Four hands, one kitchen

tasty May 28, 2018 16:00

By The Nation

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Two giants of the French culinary scene, chefs Richard Ekkebus of Amber and Arnaud Dunand Sauthier of Le Normandie join up for a very special dinner on June 28 and 29 at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok.



The pair will prepare a very special “Four Hands” collaboration menu, offering gourmets a rare opportunity to experience two of the world’s top chefs working in tandem.

Ekkebus is the Culinary Director of the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and oversees the highly acclaimed modern French restaurant Amber. It has held two Michelin stars for 10 consecutive years and was ranked No 24 on last year’s prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurants lost. The Dutchborn chef sources the finest ingredients in the world for his menu at Amber, which bills itself as a “contemporary twist on classic French cuisine”.

The 6course lunch menu is priced at Bt5,500plys while the 8course dinner has a price tag of Bt9,800plus with wine pairing. 

Book a table by emailing mobkkrestaurants@mohg.com or call (02) 659 9000 extension 7390 or visit www.MandarinOriental.com/bangkok.