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Bangkok: 3-Michelin Chef Pascal Barbot joins Sukhothai Bangkok

Pascal is the youngest chef ever to own a 3 Michelin Star restaurant. What’s more, under his inspired tutelage, the restaurant, L’Astrance, earned a top score of 20/20 in Gault Millau, France's most influential cooking guide. All this reputedly makes L’Astrance one of the hardest restaurants in the world to get a reservation! At least 2 months in advance is required and they can be made via phone to the restaurant only between 10am and 3pm Paris time.
 
Pascal named his restaurant after a flower that grows in his native Auvergne, the mountainous centre of France. In the kitchens of L’Astrance, he redefines French cuisine by steering away from traditional staples like cream, butter and salt, replacing them with fresh local ingredients. His food - basic produce and meats layered with intricate flavours – reflects his humble upbringing, his extensive training and his exquisite expertise. There is no à la carte at L’Astrance. Everyday is a ‘surprise menu’.
 
Pascal Barbot will close his restaurant in Paris and bring his entire chef team to be stationed at La Scala, The Sukhothai Bangkok, during 2-6 March, 2010.
 

 
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