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French chef's new offerings for Beijing diners | Updated: 2024-01-25 14:34
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Savoyard cheese fondue [Photo provided to China Daily]

The acclaimed French chef Jean Marie has recently introduced an enticing new menu at Century Cafe in Beijing, showcasing the delectable Savoyard cheese fondue.

With a culinary background steeped in excellence, Marie honed his skills during a seven-year tenure at the prestigious Marc Veyrat Michelin Restaurant in France, working under the tutelage of the renowned three-star Michelin master, Marc Veyrat.

Subsequently, he spent seven years as the chef de cuisine for Formula 1, catering to the discerning palates of drivers, organizers, and VIPs.

French chef Jean Marie [Photo provided to China Daily]

Having traversed the globe alongside the F1 racing team, Marie's culinary creations reflect a harmonious blend of diverse flavors from foreign lands, seamlessly integrated with the rich legacy of French classic dishes.

Since joining Century Cafe, renowned for its diverse continental cuisines, Marie has introduced the delightful Savoyard fondue to the restaurant's repertoire.

Marie explains that the roots of fondue can be traced back to ancient times, with the Romans relishing melted cheese. More than just a dish, fondue, according to Marie, embodies a profound connection to history, terroir, and a shared cultural heritage between Haute-Savoie and Switzerland.

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