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Dec 19. 2018
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Premium bubbly will flow at Michelin-starred Elements restaurant on January 17 with a special eight-course Louis Roederer Champagne Dinner.

One of France’s oldest independent family-run Champagne house, Louis Roederer has been producing fine wines and champagne since 1776 and was appointed as the official wine provider to the Imperial Russian Court by Tsar Nicholas II. 

From 6.30pm, a Champagne reception at Elements terrace serves canapes and NV Louis Roederer Brut Premier before the dinner gets underway with Oyster ‘La Luna’ and Fruit de Mer, Japanese seafood, paired with 2012 Louis Roederer Rose Vintage. 

It is followed by Organic garden with lobster and seabass courses paired with 2010 Louis Roederer Blanc de Blancs. 2009 Louis Roederer Cristal Brut Champagne then accompanies courses five and six, which are Hokkaido scallops with foie gras, and langoustine, kumquat and Japanese curry respectively. 

2010 Chateau de Pez, Saint-Estephe, Bordeaux, France – Magnum served with course seventh which is French AOC cheese with condiments. Finally a dessert of white chocolate, raspberries, yuzu and violet sorbet is matched with 2007 Louis Roederer Cristal Rose for a sparkling end to a spectacular meal. Louis Roederer Champagne Dinner is priced at Bt7,500plus per person. 

Book your table by calling (02) 687 9000 or email  


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