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Multiple Award-Winning Taiwanese Chef Andre Chiang Takes up 12-Day Residency in Singapore

Chiang will host an exclusive residency at Raffles Hotel Singapore from March 13 to 24,
Published: February 6, 2024

Heralded the only Asian chef to achieve the remarkable feat of spanning across Michelin, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, and Global Top 100 Chefs, chef Andre Chiang is set to make a triumphant return to Singapore.

From March 13 to 24, Chiang will host an exclusive residency at Raffles Hotel Singapore, promising a unique and exceptional culinary experience that highlights his epicurean artistry.

Taking place at La Dame de Pic, this highly anticipated engagement provides guests with the rare opportunity to indulge in the distinctive flavors crafted by a maestro in modern gastronomy. Immerse yourself in the exquisite 12-course menu, a meticulous selection featuring timeless signatures from Michelin-starred Restaurant Andre and RAW.

Poussin En Vessie, Tarragon Butter, Muscat Grapes

Priced at $650++ per guest, the lunch and dinner experience will include alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage pairing to enhance the gastronomic journey. Online reservations open on February 6. Click here to secure your spot, or email singapore@raffles.com.

During this time, La Dame de Pic’s chef de cuisine Alexandre Alves Pereira and pastry chef Clement Cano will embark on a journey to Valence to collaborate with Anne-Sophie Pic on crafting a fresh spring menu for the year.

Culinary heavyweight

Renowned as the only Asian chef to achieve the remarkable feat of spanning across Michelin, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, and Global Top 100 Chefs, Chiang's culinary journey began at 13. Youngest French cuisine chef in Taiwan at 20, he rose to prominence as the executive chef of the three-Michelin-starred Le Jardin des Sens in Montpellier, France by the age of 25.

Twice hailed as "The Greatest Chef among Indian Ocean'' by TIME at 31, he continued to captivate the gastronomic world by opening Restaurant Andre in Singapore at 34, which earned accolades like Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for four consecutive years and two Michelin stars.

At 38, he introduced RAW in Taipei, earning two Michelin stars. In 2018, he received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.

His unyielding creativity gave rise to nine globally acclaimed dining concepts across Paris, Chengdu, Singapore, Macau, and Taipei, each designed around their perspectives in native cultures.

This homecoming to Singapore signifies his dedication to sharing his culinary mastery with the community that has profoundly influenced his gastronomic journey.

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