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  • Masters Of Marriott Brings Celebrated Chef Julien Royer, The Connoisseur Of Modern French Cuisine, To India

    Published on March 12, 2019

    Mumbai: To celebrate the pursuit of consistent innovation and excellence, Masters of Marriott is bringing down Chef Julien Royer to India this week in collaboration with All Things Nice. Chef Julien Royer, a French chef and the co-owner of Odette, 2-Michelin starred modern French restaurant located in Singapore, will be hosting an exclusive

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    dinner at JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity on 14th March 2019. This experience, which is open to guests, will feature a five-course modern French meal prepared by Chef Julien, along with wines paired by sommelier Nikhil Agarwal, founder of All things Nice.

     

    Commenting on his upcoming visit to India with Masters of Marriott, Chef Julien Royer said, “I look forward to visiting India, a country that is renowned for its authentic flavours and diverse food culture. I am happy to be a part of Masters of Marriott and associate with leaders in the culinary industry who have chosen to blur boundaries and truly celebrate global talent. I grew up on a family farm in central France’s Auvergne region where I picked up culinary skills from my maternal grandmother. My heart and soul lies with French cuisine and I most certainly look forward to curating an unforgettable culinary experience for Marriott’s discerning guests in New Delhi, India.”

     

    Mr. Nitesh Gandhi, General Manager, JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity said that, “We are delighted to host Chef Julien Royer at JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity on 14th March 2019. Culinary experiences always have and will continue to drive focus for us at Marriott. By bringing together our in-house F&B talent and international celebrity chefs, we aim at offering our loyal and new guests unmatched dining experience as they interact with industry experts and sample the best of food and wine.”

     

    By getting associated to Masters of Marriott, Sommelier Nikhil Agarwal, founder at All Things Nice commented, “Creating and being part of top end wine and food experiences have always been our passion. Getting associated with Masters of Marriott which celebrates innovation and culinary art is a thrill. We have made a wonderful selection of wines to pair perfectly with Chef Julien Royer’s menu on his visit to Delhi. All Things Nice is happy to partner with JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity on this exciting initiative. ”.

     

    The arrival of Chef Julien Royer is yet another initiative by Masters of Marriott that showcases the hospitality brand’s strength and leadership in the F&B industry. It celebrates Marriott’s own talented culinary mavens as well as renowned international chefs and it was launched with Chef Marco Pierre White earlier this year. In the coming months, the brand will continue to host such exclusive experiences for its guests, including ticketed events, masterclasses and meet-and-greets with globally renowned culinary experts.

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