The Domain to host Chaine des Rotisseurs’ dinner
Manama, 17 days ago
The Domain Bahrain is hosting the second Chaine des Rotisseurs’ dinner in the New Year on February 22.
La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs is the oldest and most prestigious international gastronomic society, devoted to the promotion of fine dining as well as the camaraderie and pleasures of the table.
The Domain Bahrain welcomes the members of the Chaine des Rotisseurs for the first time since the hotel opened in September last year. The event starts with a cocktail reception at Domain Privé, the exclusive members lounge on Level 36, which offers spectacular views of Manama and Muharraq.
Cocktails and canapés will be served by the team of “Le Domain ”, the restaurant that introduced Cuisine Niçoise to Bahrain. However, this will just be a teaser to the fine palates of the Rotisseurs, as the rest of the evening they will be travelling quite a bit further away from home than just the south coast of France.
After cocktails, Imari will be opening its doors and surrounded by the breathtaking views over Bahrain Bay, the “Chaine” members will be introduced to the Japanese art of Kaiseki, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. Modern kaiseki draws on a number of traditional Japanese haute cuisines, which were all formalised and developed over time, and continue in some form to the present day. Chef Riichiro Matsui will present his own personal interpretation for this special occasion, using the best ingredients from various different parts of Japan.
The restaurant will be decorated specially for this celebration of Japanese Haute Cuisine. Live authentic entertainment will play throughout the evening to add to the gastronomic experience. – TradeArabia News Service
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