Myanmar Lunch
Yangon, December 23, 2017
French savoir-faire at Restaurant Le Planteur
" With Chef Jean Marc a very special time was spent in the beautiful surroundings facing Lake Inya "

The day before Christmas Eve, the Bailliage hosted a lunch at Restaurant Le Planteur with the menu themed “French savoir-faire”. With Chef Jean Marc a very special time was spent in the beautiful surroundings facing Lake Inya with its wild geese walking among the guests on the lawn.

At the reception tasty canapés were partnered by Francois Montand ‘Ice’ Demi-sec, a ‘méthode traditionnelle’ sparkling wine made in the Jura region of France. We enjoyed the freshness of its fine and delicate bubbles with notes of exotic fruits.

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Prawn carpaccio marinated with Gin
lemon tonic dressing
Markus Molitor Riesling 2014

Larded Red Snapper ‘à la plancha’
fennel in all its forms, Pastis foam
Grüner Veltliner Reserve Terrassen 2015
Domäne Wachau

Finely-stuffed chicken
chestnut and vanilla sauce
Ripasso Valpolicella 2014

Christmas trilogy - the Chef’s inspiration
Taylor’s Late-bottled Vintage Port 2009

Coffee and tea with mignardises

Le Planteur is working with three hearing-impaired young people from the Red Elephant Initiative. The Bailliage is an enthusiastic supporter of this programme which connects these hearing-impaired young people with hotels and restaurants in Yangon.

Andreas Sigurdsson
Chargé de Presse