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Master chef introduces Sant Moritz’s Flair to Beijing | Updated: 2011-11-07 11:54

“Higher, further, faster…better” – This is the motto of young and ambitious master chef Mattias Roock of the Kempinski Grand Hotels des Bains, who will come to visit us in Beijing to share his passionate commitment to gourmet cuisine with guest.

After gathering a wealth of international experience with renowned chefs including Gordon Ramsey and Alaine Ducasse, Mattias Roock is today the youngest master chef of the Kempinski Group, responsible for 4 restaurants and 70 employees in the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains in Switzerland, at the age of 31.

“My cuisine incorporates only the very best regional and international produce making it highly appreciated amongst gourmets worldwide. Whereby some pay initially more attention to the presentation, for me the taste come first – whatever leaves my kitchen will be a delight for any gourmet”, says Mattias Roock, master chef of the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. “This is a fantastic opportunity for any fan of gourmet food to try Switzerland’s diverse cuisine and its remarkable specialities”

Johannes Mayr, Director of Food and Beverage at the Kempinski Hotel Beijing, is delighted to welcome Mattias Roock to Beijing: “It is a pleasure to welcome a chef of such high calibre to our hotel and I look forward to give our guests the rare opportunity to taste authentic Swiss cuisine at its best! I am very glad that Mattias Roock decided to come all the way from Sant Moritz to spoil us with his delicious specialities!

Starting from the 4th of November, Trattoria La Gondola will feature an exclusive gourmet set menu with Italian dishes for a period of 10 days. Meanwhile, Kranzler’s Restaurant and Bar offers a Swiss themed Sunday brunch on the 6th and 13th of November, with traditional, versatile Swiss dishes, prepared in their original, most authentic way.

Alaine Ducasse

Alaine Ducasse became the first chef to own restaurants with three Michelin Stars in three cities as well as the only chef to hold 19 Michelin stars throughout his career. He is internationally recognized for his published books and moreover opened a cooking school in Paris. In 2005, Alaine Ducasse opened his first restaurant in Tokyo, Japan.

Gordon James Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay was the first Scottish chef to win three Michelin stars for a single restaurant and was awarded a total of 14 Michelin stars throughout his career. He is not only a chef but also television personality and restaurateur. In his renowned American reality television show “Hell’s Kitchen” Gordon Ramsey is guiding a group of competing chefs through a range of cooking challenges. In addition, Gordon Ramsay published a number of hugely successful books including his autobiography, which became a bestseller.


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