Our Michelin-starred chefs have created simple, comforting recipes for you that are full of the joys of spring: from traditional lamb to spring vegetables and chocolate, they’ve got all the Easter essentials covered!
Our gastronomic geniuses will be showing you how to create a wonderful meal of must-have dishes: delicious, hearty food that is perfect for sharing.
Enjoy the warmth and traditional flavours of sun-drenched Mediterranean cuisine bursting with vegetables, or be bold and surround yourself in the balmy scents of the Caribbean, with a subtle marriage of flavour and colour.
To finish, we’ve gone for a rich, chocolatey dessert which will delight your taste buds and fill your heart with joy.
Easter is the perfect opportunity to make the most of all spring has to offer, and prepare a wonderful family meal.
Enjoy a fusion of Caribbean and Mediterranean flavours from Marcel Ravin, chef at the Michelin-starred Blue Bay.
He’s got a traditional recipe for lamb for you, complete with a Martinican twist.
Inspired by the Riviera, this “back-to-basics” cooking from Alain Ducasse – the holder of three Michelin stars – is modern cuisine at its best. The delicate, fragrant turbot elevates the flavours of the spring vegetables, bringing a touch of springtime to your Easter table.
Executive chef at the restaurant Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse à l'Hôtel de Paris, Dominique Lory's style is technical, yet sweet with all the flavours of the Riviera.
In the best tradition of Easter, Sandro Micheli, pastry chef at the restaurant Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse à l'Hôtel de Paris shares a recipe for a chocolate moelleux that will have you melting with pleasure. Delicious, light, and delicately fragrant, a moelleux is the pinnacle of desserts. Its simplicity is the ultimate temptation for chocoholics and Easter lovers alike.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of the Monaco Yacht Show, the iconic event dedicated to the realm of yachting.
Explore La Vigie Villa: this private Belle Époque villa offers 5-star services for a luxury stay in Monaco.
In an effort to preserve biodiversity, the resort’s chefs follow the recommendations of Mr.Goodfish and the Prince Albert II Foundation to present their guests with seasonal fish and seafood.