Sang-hoon Degeimbre, chef of 2-Michelin starred L’Air du Temps, has announced a series of six four-hands dinners for 2015.
The first will be with Danish chef Bo Bech of the restaurant Geist in Copenhagen and takes place on Thursday 12 February at L’Air du Temps.
Bo Bech, is an award-winning Danish chef and restaurateur who trained under Alain Passard of L’Arpege. He is known for his delicate dishes and unique flavour combinations matching unusual flavours in a very simple style.
Bech says that he likes to make food with pure ingredients and pure enthusiasm. It has a unique concept because the menu consists of light savoury dishes, slightly larger savoury dishes and sweets. They recommend that you choose a few dishes and if you want to try more dishes, you can simply order as you go.
When I interviewed Sang-Hoon last year, he had told me that Geist was one of his favourite restaurants in the world so it will be a unique experience to enjoy a dinner prepared by Degeimbre and Bech.
The cost for the evening is 250 euros per person which includes an aperitif, a nine course dinner with matching wines, water and coffee.
This year’s programme will feature chefs from France, Denmark, Switzerland and Singapore.
The full programme of four-hands dinners at L’Air du Temps for 2015 is the following:
Thursday 5 March: Loic Villemin – Le Toya
Thursday 2 April: Nicolai Nolrregaard, Rasmus Kofoed, Magnus Hoeg Kofoed – Kadeau
Thursday 18 June: Andre Chiang – Restaurant Andre
Thursday 20 August: Tanja Grandits – Stucki
Monday 19 October: Christophe Aribert – Les Terrasses
To reserve, you can contact L’air du temps