Hailed “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” (outstanding French craftsman), “Chef of the Year’, and “Cook of the Century”, among numerous other prestigious recognitions garnered in his lifetime, Chef Joël Robuchon was an indomitable icon of the culinary world. At the time of his passing in 2018, the celebrated French chef’s dining establishments collectively held 32 Michelin stars, a feat no other chef has accomplished.

At his Bangkok outpost, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, executive chef Olivier Limousin, who worked alongside Robuchon for 17 years, is now honouring the legacy of his mentor with a special tasting menu, L’Heritage de Joël Robuchon. The seven-course degustation menu features some of the most iconic dishes created by the late Chef Robuchon throughout the course of his exemplary career.

“The idea behind the menu is to help people understand the dishes that became part of the culinary heritage of Robuchon”, Olivier explains. His food philosophy was to source exceptional products and present them with effortless execution. I am proud to work under his name and to continue his legacy.”

There is a choice between a five- and seven-course menu, priced at THB4,950++ and THB6,950++, respectively.