Fine Dining: La Saison by Jacques Barnachon

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The very exciting restaurant located exclusively on the second floor of The Cameron, Tsim Sha Tsui. La Saison serves up contemporary French fine dining. Inspired by his recipes and culinary styles from L’Etang du Moulin, La Saison is Michelin-starred Chef Jacques Barnachon’s first venture in Asia. The dining experience at La Saison is enhanced by its luxurious and sleek interior. An elegant outdoor garden and open terrace are connected to the restaurant where guests can enjoy fine wines and afternoon high-tea.


French for “season”, La Saison’s culinary principals are dedicated to the rhythm of the seasons. Jacques Barnachon crafts ever-changing menus using only the freshest produce and authentic French culinary art.
La Saison is stylishly suitable for all occasions; intimate and romantic dinners or celebrations between special friends and family can be enjoyed in the main dining room of the restaurant. A deluxe VIP room is also available for private dinners and events, where guests are treated to a unique view of the chefs at work. The VIP room provides an ideal setting for corporate events and the lavish interior will definitely impress business partners and clients alike. The beautiful outdoor garden and terrace are perfect for aperitif or digestif while the adjoining cigar bar is ripe for intimate conversations. All in all, La Saison provides a memorable dining experience.
Refreshing the menu every season as well as injecting special degustation menus every six weeks, La Saison offers a varietal feast. However, the chefs do favour certain dishes and the following plates have become signature to the restaurant: snail of chazeaue with green asparagus and potatoes foam; scallop with eggplant caviar, girolle and veal juice and Miyazaki and beef tenderloin with morels and mashed potatoes and mushroom sauce.
Vanilla, raspberry and rose mousse dome with lychee sorbet Pan seared duck foie gras with rhubarb and beetroot pickles French onion soup with grilled comte cheese & onion sandwich
About Jacques BarnachonMichelin-starred Jacques Barnachon started his culinary career in 1987, honing his skills with various master chefs, including Philippe Gobet. He received his first awards in 1993 at the roast-cooks contest for the Doubs and the French Comte. In 1996, Jacques first appeared in the Michelin Guide with a “two forks” rating. Jacques is very active in the food fraternity in France; he is the commissioner of the Euro-Toques and is frequently invited as a guest chef to cook at top-notch restaurants around the world. Trained as a classic French chef, Jacques whips up innovative recipes that combine traditional French culinary styles with a taste of contemporary twists. In particular, Jacques finds inspirations from his travels; from Europe to the Middle-East and North America to Asia, Jacques has travelled to more than 50 countries and cities to discover local culinary elements that stimulate the innovation and concepts behind his own recipes. Jacques has created more than 100 foie gras recipes and is recognized as a foie gras expert. He likes to experiment with ingredients and crafts unusual pairings for his foie gras dishes. For example, foie gras is generally considered unsuitable to be paired with seafood, yet one of Jacques’ most popular dishes is a marriage of lobster and spiced paté.About Florian MullerLa Saison’s executive chef is Florian Muller, an apprentice and right hand man of Jacques from France. Permanently based in Hong Kong, Florian oversees and realizes Jacques’ food vision when he is not here. Owning various professional culinary qualifications, Florian has more than a decade experience in French cuisine, including tenures at Nicolas Le Bec (Michelin two-star), Espace Le Bec, Rue Le Bec and Les Salins.Dedicated to bringing exceptional experience for guests who appreciate French cuisines, La Saison is one of the few French fine dining restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, offering elegant and opulent décor and Michelin-starred culinary skills which guarantee an unforgettable French gastronomical experience.Opening Hours:
Monday: 6.30pm-12mn
Tuesday – Sunday: 12nn-3pm & 6.30pm-12mn

Address: 2/F, The Cameron, 33 Cameron Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

T: (852) 2789 8000









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