A two-star, four-handed dinner at the Blue Bay restaurant
When the only two Michelin star chefs from France's overseas departments and territories come together, the result is an exceptional evening combining creativity and daring...
Marcel Ravin, Michelin star chef at the Blue Bay restaurant, has invited Louis-Philippe Vigilant, Michelin star chef at Dijon's Loiseau des Ducs restaurant, to Monaco.
The two natives of the island of Martinique will meet on Saturday 26 September at the Blue Bay gourmet restaurant for a four-handed dinner on the theme of “From One Rock to Another”, with each providing his own culinary interpretation.
A unique way of celebrating the Blue Bay's last night of opening before its annual closure* (from 27 September to 23 December 2020 inclusive)
- Location: Blue Bay, Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort
- Date: 26 September 2020
- Menu en 6 services
- Price: 220 euros / person (champagne included)
- Limited places available
- Champagne* Veuve Clicquot 2012 White & Rosé
- Reservations : +377 98 06 03 60
About Marcel Ravin
Marcel Ravin's journey has taken him from one Rock to another, having departed his native Martinique as a teenager, arriving at the “rock” of Monaco in 2005. It was a 7,000-km “hop” that, ten years after his arrival, earned him a star in the Michelin Guide with his Blue Bay, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort's gourmet restaurant. His cuisine is creative and daring, combining Mediterranean and Creole ingredients in homage to both his native soil and adoptive home.
In the same year, he created “La Table de Marcel” in Martinique, a gourmet restaurant with 18 seats.
In 2018, Ravin created a “bistronomic” restaurant concept with 300 seats: “Le Grand Réfectoire”, within the Grand Hôtel Dieu in Lyon.
Then in 2019, he created a new “snackonomic” (snacking chic) restaurant concept, the “Mada One”, at the One Monte-Carlo.
Always in search of new adventures and never resting on his laurels, Ravin never ceases to surprise... and to create!
He will also be a guest at the Saint-Barth Gourmet Festival, which will be held from 11 to 15 November 2020. The event will showcase French gourmet cuisine on the island of Saint-Barthélémy.
About Louis-Philippe Vigilant
Having earned his stripes amid the rarefied atmosphere of multi-starred Michelin restaurants, including Relais Bernard Loiseau, Louis-Philippe Vigilant took charge of the kitchens of Loiseau des Ducs in July 2013.
Since then, the young Martinique-born chef has made his mark on the restaurant, with one watchword: excellence.
Awarded one star in the Michelin Guide of 2014, he seduces food lovers with cuisine that is colourful and bursting with flavours, perfectly mastered cooking techniques and remarkable sauces.
*Cuvée Veuve Clicquot Extra Brut Extra Old (blend of six vintages)
An iconic cuvée from the Maison Veuve Clicquot, with a blend containing 30-45% reserve wines, among the rarest in this collection, to produce an exceptional champagne.
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