Michelin star recipient Chef Jean-Michel Lorain returns to Bangkok with his exclusive culinary creations made with produce from the Royal Project Foundation at J’AIME by Jean-Michel Lorain.
In 1986, Jean-Michel Lorain of Cote Saint Jacques in Joigny, Burgundy, France, was the youngest chef in France to be awarded the coveted three Michelin stars. When he opened J’Aime at U Sathorn to ensure the authenticity of his food he put his protégé Amerigo Sesti in charge of the kitchen and his daughter Marine Loraine front of house as Maitre d’.
He was sensitive to many Asians feeling uncomfortable with the traditional way French cuisine is eaten, so he made the radical decision to serve his food Asian family style with zero compromise on its authentic French taste. Individual dishes for each course are placed in the middle of a rotating glass ‘lazy susan’.
Special Dinner prices at 4,499THB net per person excluding beverages and available for dinner on June 2-4, 2016.
Discover delectable organic products from farm to table including crayfish, pumpkin, cabbage and eggplant.
Clam fish soup with garlic and saffron emulsion
Crunchy pumpkin and mushroom Napoleon
Duck foie gras served with jasmine gelée, Amaretto-scented red fruits jam and goji berry brioche toast
A medley of frog legs and veal sweetbread, red cabbage gazpacho and eggplant chutney
Crayfish salad, tarragon rouille and sparkling wine spume