Published on : Wednesday, February 5, 2014
It is understood that the Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove in Bel Ombre was selected to host the very first dinner the group’s local members will be able to celebrate on the evening of the 21st of February, promising a night of delicious food and exquisite wines as is customary on such occasions, when the host venue’s chefs will be pulling out all stops to create a perfect menu.
This latest development is significant for the Seychelles as it opens additional avenues of cooperation with other countries where the Chaine de Rotisseurs have been established, from bilateral chef guest appearances to regional competitions for young chefs from which in particular the Seychelles can benefit to advance skills and creativity among their upcoming local chefs. Local chapters of the Chaine de Rotisseurs exist for instance in Kenya and Tanzania, the Seychelles’ nearest mainland neighbours, where the news will no doubt meet with great interest.
Bon Appetite will no doubt be in order on the 21st when the culinary who is who and the Seychelles tourism gurus will assemble in Bel Ombre at the Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove.