11:46 | 25/11/2015 Society
(VEN) - Emirates airline is cooperating with Park Hyatt Saigon to fly out Michelin-starred Chef Jean-François Rouquette from Paris to Ho Chi Minh City. Chef Jean-François will be a guest at Square One restaurant in Park Hyatt Saigon Hotel from 23 - 26 November and on 28 November 2015.
Chef Jean-François Rouquette has 20 years of experience in the kitchens, having prepared cuisine at several Michelin starred restaurants such as Taillevent, Le Crillon, La Cantine des Gourmets, Les Muses and now he is an Executive Chef of Pur' restaurant, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme. His cuisine is recognisable with creative use of flowers and dishes inspired by his travel.
“Emirates takes immense pride on the attention to detail that we put into our in-flight food and beverage programme. The opportunity to bring Chef Jean-François Rouquette to Ho Chi Minh City aligns perfectly with our food and beverage philosophy and commitment to providing our passengers with the world’s best flying experience,” said Mohammad Sarhan, Emirates’ Country Manager in Vietnam.
Food and drink form an integral part of any Emirates flight, with menus created by leading chefs to reflect the culture and preferences of Emirates’ international customers.
On board the Emirates Boeing 777-300ER from Ho Chi Minh City to Dubai, passengers can enjoy specially created gourmet cuisine. In Business Class, lunch and dinner are five-course meals served with a complete range of complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. In Economy Class – the menu includes a starter, choice of two main courses, dessert, cheese, biscuits and chocolates.
Special meals, tailor-made towards religious and dietary needs are also available on Emirates flights, which guests can order in advance of their flight.
Emirates currently operates daily and nonstop flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Dubai. Through Emirates’ Dubai hub, passengers travelling from Vietnam can seamlessly connect to a vast network of destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, USA and South Asia.