Catch the world’s smallest chef at Le Méridien Riyadh
The immersive dining experience sees Le Petit Chef take over the capital – and he’s bringing friends.
Chefs don’t get much cuter than Le Petit Chef. The world’s smallest chef has been entertaining guests across the world, and is now returning to KAZO Restaurant in Le Méridien Riyadh.
Le Petit Chef is from Marseille, France and is always on an adventure. Le Petit Chef’s trips have been inspired by Marco Polo’s travels, offering an immersive dining experience, which combines cutting-edge technology with a four-course meal.
Le Petit Chef in Le Méridien Riyadh is a family-friendly dining concept, which will put a smile on your face. The table is the stage and it comes to digital life, thanks to 3D technology that mimics a hologram and clever overhead projectors. Watch as the little chef – he’s only 6cm tall, after all – runs across your table. Plus, there’ll be themed music, plenty of props and a change of scenery projected on the walls.
Diners will be taken on a two-hour gastronomic adventure, which draws on Le Petit Chef‘s adventures with his friends from Italy, Japan and Spain. The little chefs travel the world in search of ingredients, battling it out in a cooking competition as the ingredients are brought together on your plate.
At each of Le Petit Chef’s stops, you’ll be served a dish that reflects the region. Expect Tomato Salad prepared with marinated heirloom tomatoes, red chard, toasted almonds and shaved manchego, a trio cheese ravioli stuffed with black truffle and veal cotto ham, Angus steak and fries for the main course, and Japanese Mont Blanc for dessert.
Le Petit Chef in Le Méridien Riyadh starts from SAR 299 for the classic journey, SAR 220 for the vegetarian menu, and SAR 180 for children.
Food and frolics – sounds like fun to us.
GO: Visit https://lepetitchef.com for reservations and more information.
Food and frolics – sounds fun to us.
GO: Visit https://lepetitchef.com/ritz-carlton-jeddah for more information.