Having cooked in some of the most prestigious kitchens in Dubai, Italy, Russia, Japan and Korea, Le Petit Chef brings his small stature and big personality to MGM Macau this summer. This whimsical 3D dinner experience has captured hearts (and appetites) around the world, taking guests on a gastronomic odyssey, anywhere from the tips of snowy alps to a tropical island getaway.
From July 12-September 13, experience the native flavours and travels of Marco Polo along the Silk Road across Marseille, Arabia, India and Asia with Le Petit Chef. This two-hour experience utilises cutting edge 3D projection technology and effective storytelling through flavours and ingredients, as well as all of the senses. In six courses, diners will be taken on Marco Polo’s culinary journey, and as the name suggests, through the eyes of an affable thumb-sized chef. Measuring 58mm, he is officially the smallest chef in the world. Seating is communal and guests are sat at a table where visuals are projected from above onto the surface, acting as a large storybook. The mood, music, visuals, props and decor all change seamlessly as the story progresses.
Choose from one of two menus. Standard Menu ($688+) diners can look forward to Tandoori lamb kebab from India and a French-inspired salmon rillettes roulade, those who opt for the Premium Menu ($888+) can enjoy the flavours of Morocco in a halibut tagine and wagyu beef varattiyathu from India, to name a few. Designed as a communal affair, families with little ones can take part with a special kids menu offered at $388+. Dinner seatings are Friday and Sunday from 7.30pm – 9.30pm and lunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-2pm. More than just a great meal and entertainment, Le Petit Chef is a rare and unique dining residency coming to MGM Macau, merging art and technology with food and beverage. For reservations, e-mail email@example.com or phone (853) 8802 2555.