Michelin-starred chef Eric Frechon is ready to light up the Big Apple with his culinary delights.
In the world of French gastronomy, Eric Frechon is a legend who represents the pinnacle of the Parisian dining scene. Winning and holding three Michelin stars for over a decade, he has delighted the palates of fine food connoisseurs from all over the world at Le Bristol Paris’ Epicure. Famous for creating superb classic dishes, the renowned chef is celebrating his 20th anniversary working at the legendary hotel on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. To help celebrate this significant milestone, Frechon is bringing his culinary greatness to the Chefs Club New York for five days only.
From 5 November 2019, anyone in the Big Apple can indulge in an unforgettable French dining experience with a special menu that is a brilliant exhibition of French gastronomy. Indulge in caviar from Sologne with ratte potato mousseline smoked with haddock for starter, followed by roasted lobster, celeriac spaghetti with black truffle curls and Bresse farm hen poached in a bladder. Conclude the experience on a sweet note with Guatemalan cocoa-nib nuggets, caramelized with sea salt, served with smoked vanilla milk foam and ice cream.
The great chef not only brings the best of French gastronomy but also a bit of Parisian Palace with him to New York. The uber-trendy bar BAD – Bristol After Dark – will land in Lower Manhattan for this climactic event. Expect bright neon, a Parisian DJ and a clash of cocktails reserved for Chefs Club diners and more.
Limited places are available, so advanced booking is highly recommended.