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Michelin star chef to offer modern Swiss-French fare in Beijing

By Dong Fangyu | | Updated: 2018-10-16 09:10
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Beijing's popular restaurant TRB Forbidden City that features contemporary European fare will have a Michelin guest chef Marc Strebel on board from October 19 to 21.

Chef Strebel and his partner Caroline Arlettaz, manager of the Michelin one-star restaurant La Maison du Village will bring their take on innovative modern Swiss-French cuisine to Beijing.

The Michelin guide inspectors say that the dishes Strebel produces are "well put together, tasty and generously portioned".

The gourmet event is part of TRB Forbidden City's guest chef series that brings renowned and innovative chefs from around world to take over the kitchen housed in a Qing dynasty building beside the Forbidden City's moat.

Ignace Lecleir, the owner and founder of TRB Hospitality Group, says that Strebel will capture a simple gourmet moment in a relaxed setting for his guests.

Strebel's cooking philosophy is to respect to the ingredients and nature.

Chef Strebel was trained at the Le Montreux Palace in Switzerland before commencing his own culinary project with the launch of La Maison du Village in 2012.

His four-course lunch menu at TRB Forbidden City is priced 388 yuan, and five-course dinner at 688 yuan, with wine pairing for 988 yuan. The prices are subjected to 15 percent of service charge.

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