Belgian chef Yves Mattagne is currently the guest of the Radisson Blu Beach resort in Crete. He is there for a gastronomy week which started on Wednesday and will come to an end on Sunday 8 July at the Bellevue Restaurant.
Guests for the dinners will be able to savour the food of the two Michelin star Brussels restaurant Sea Grill with a view of the Aegean Sea.
The Belgian chef will be preparing Red Tuna with a baked goose liver nougatine, fried garlic, daikon, fennel and combava followed by a Tiger Shrimp with Coconut bouillon, verbena, cabbage, red curry, lychee and tangy tomato.
This will be followed by a sea bass with oyster maki, burnt leek, romanesco, cockles and haselnut mouselline and a lamb cooked in hay with orange blossom, hummus and ras el hanout juice. The dessert is a banana chiboust served with rjum vanilla, caramel with butter and carat crumble.
Mattagne is the chef of Sea Grill since its opening in 1990. The restaurant was awarded with a Michelin star in 1991 and a second followed in 1997.