Experience a world of sensations from dishes from around the world. Let you senses enjoy the spice-filled Chinese food, the French cuisine, the Hindu cooking, the traditional British meals or the new Peruvian style and the modern Catalan cuisine.
The Hotel Group Mandarin Oriental has already presents its culinary proposals for the new season to make the visits to its restaurants an original experience. With hotels in Europe, Asia and America this hotel chain has garnered 16 Michelin stars in 11 of its restaurants.
Below we present some of the dishes that will be available in a few of their restaurants around the world.
Restaurant Man Wah, Hong Kong: 1 Michelin stars
Sautéed lobster with caviar: prepared by the Chinese chef Man-Sing Lee, this dish includes sautéed lobster, white egg, caviar, scallop mousse and gold leaf.
Restaurant Sur Mesure, Paris: 2 Michelin stars
Risotto with black truffles: created by the chef Thierry Marx this innovative seasonal dish has chopped soybeans cooked with mascarpone and Parmesan cheese, truffle juice, soy milk mousse and Parisian mushrooms.
Restaurant Rasoi by Vineet, Geneva: 2 Michelin stars
Lobster with coconut: even though it’s in the Swiss town of Geneva, this restaurant specialises in Hindu cuisine. This dish prepared by the famed Indian chef Vineet Bhatia has grilled lobster with chilli, curry leaves, soupy rice with khichdi lentils, ginger, broccoli and powdered coconut.
Restaurant Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London: 3 Michelin stars
Meat fruit: conceived and prepared by chefs Ashley Palmer and Heston Blumenthal, this dish has a centuries-old tradition in British history. The ingredients are duck liver with salt and butter, tangerine jelly, garlic, thyme and toasted bread.
Restaurant La Mar by Gaston Acurio, Miami:
Airport Chaufa (meat and rice): this dish by the chef Gaston Acurio is part of the proposals for the renovated Peruvian cuisine and has as ingredients Chinese sausage, pork and shrimp omelette with sweet sauce with Nikkei chilli and vinegar salad.
Restaurant Moments, Barcelona: 2 Michelin stars
Coconut star: the only one of the dishes that is a dessert and that under the leadership of chef Carme Ruscalleda, with 7 Michelin stars, becomes a traditional and authentic experience, all in one. The dessert has refreshing tastes of coconut, pineapple and peppermint.