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Three-Star Michelin Chef Event at La Panetière

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Chef Tony Esnault

Chef Tony Esnault, whose efforts contributed to an impressive three-star Michelin rating, will be working his magic in the kitchen of La Panetière from Wednesday, June 17 through Saturday, June 20th.

The price is unbelievably affordable for a chef of this caliber, which makes it an event not to be missed.

Chef Esnault’s five-course prix-fixe dinner menu will offer an optional wine pairing to further enhance this unique culinary experience.

Chef Tony Esnault Dinner Menu

SUSHI GRADE TUNA CARPACCIO
Contrast of Asparagus, Ginger, Balsamic Reduction

FOIE GRAS TERRINE “CONFIT,” WHITE PEACH CHUTNEY / SALAD
Basil Leaves, Toasted Brioche

WARM SALAD OF RASOR / MANILLA CLAMS, CUTTLEFISH, PERIWINKLES
Pasta Impression, Shellfish Jus

ROASTED LONG ISLAND DUCK “EN COCOTTE”
Potato Beignet, Glazed Radish, Sauce Bigarrade

RASPBERRY / CHOCOLAT BAR FOR CONTRAST LOVERS

$78.00 per Person
Optional wine pairing at $40

Cooking Demonstration

In addition to his guest-chef week menu, Chef Esnault will lead a cooking demonstration on bi-colored gazpacho soup followed by a three-course luncheon from June 17th to June 19th.

Jacques Loupiac, Restaurant Proprietor of La Panetière, is excited to welcome his friend, Chef Tony Esnault to cook at his restaurant:

“I have owned La Panetière for 23 years and it is so gratifying when I can offer my clients an opportunity like this to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience in my restaurant.”

When asked about this upcoming event, Chef Esnault said:

“I am thrilled that Jacques has invited me to cook at his restaurant. La Panetière is exceptional to me because they are preserving the ultimate dining experience through every detail, which I strongly believe in and I am very excited to work with their team for the week.”

Background on Chef Tony Esnault

Chef Esnault hails from Saumur in France’s Loire Valley. He grew up on his grandparents’ farm surrounded by fresh seasonal produce and was inspired by his grandmother’s passion in the kitchen.

The famed Alain Ducasse mentored Esnault beginning in 1996 in Europe – – an honor bestowed upon only a few.

Chef Esnault then moved to the United States joining the Ritz-Carlton Group in San Francisco. Then it was off to The Ritz in Boston where he was awarded “Best Hotel Chef of America” by Food & Wine magazine in 2004.

The magical paths of Chefs Ducasse and Esnault crossed once again.  Chef Tony Esnault  joined Alain Ducasse at the Essex House in NYC earning him the highly coveted three-star rating by the Michelin Guide in 2006 – – a feat that has only fallen upon seven restaurants in the United States to date.

His next venture with Ducasse’s Adour landed him with accolades including three-stars from the NY Times in addition to a very respectable two-star Michelin Guide rating.

La Panetière Restaurant
530 Milton Road, Rye, NY 10580
914-967-8140

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