Two Michelin Star Chef Jean-Michel Lorain back in Bangkok to celebrate 25th Anniversary of the exquisite #Lobster Menu

General Press Releases Tuesday June 6, 2017 16:53
Bangkok--6 Jun--Vivaldi

Celebrated two-Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Michel Lorain is back to his second home of Bangkok to present the 25th Anniversary Lobster Set Menu, inherited from generation to generation by the Lorain family. The menu has been developed over the past two decades and is a hallmark of the luxurious food preparation of Chef Lorain, now marking its 25th edition. The menu is designed to express the uniqueness of lobster as its main ingredient, and demonstrates exacting standards in freshness, origin management and size based on the quality of La Côte Saint Jacques, Joigny, France. To celebrate the successful history of this menu, J'AIME, the top French restaurant in Bangkok would like to offer this exclusively to those who seek French fine dining and the delights of this revered menu created by Chef Jean-Michel Lorain himself. The lobster set menu will be available from Thursday 8th to Saturday 10th June, 2017 at J'AIME by Jean-Michel Lorain, U Sathorn Hotel.

The 25th Anniversary menu will consist of Quail egg & lobster salpicon in a puff pastry shell, Warm lobster claw served in a cold white gazpacho with spring vegetables and watercress salad, Lobster salad, exotic fruit Macedoine and sweet & sour mango dressing. The menu will also feature Lobster served with morels, gnocchi, peas and green cardamom emulsion, Provençale-style lobster and pig's trotter, followed by Sable pastry served with citrus, lemon cream and mandarin sorbet.

"The first Lobster Menu was inaugurated at the Côte Saint Jacques in 1992. At the time, it was served to only a few privileged customers. Its reputation has never stopped growing and 25 years later it has enthusiasts from around the world who come each year to discover the new recipes. We are keen to introduce this exceptional menu at J'AIME restaurant in Bangkok, hoping that here also, this menu will be successful in Thailand as well," said Chef Jean-Michel Lorain.

A 4-course menu is available for lunch at 2,299 THB net per person including coffee and tea. The complete 6-course menu is available for lunch and dinner at 3,999 THB net per person including coffee and tea, with wine pairings available. J'AIME is open daily for lunch from 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., dinner from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

For customers who prefer to dine on Chef Jean-Michel Lorain's other food creations, J'AIME also offers a special set lunch menu at 1,100 THB net per person. Chef Jean-Michel Lorain will be at J'AIME in person from June 11 to 15, 2017.

Reservations are essential. For reservations, please call J'AIME by Jean-Michel Lorain on 02 119 4899 or
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