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CHEF PIERRE GAGNAIRE & MANDARIN ORIENTAL
Guests at the glorious Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas are in for a treat as the hotel welcomes its three-star Michelin chef, Pierre Gagnaire, to his only restaurant in the United States, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire.
Running until August 26, the Forbes five-star restaurant will present an exclusive menu as well as an event with Opus One Winery for its guests. As a grand finale, on August 26, Opus One Winery will host a special dinner with the celebrated chef pairing their wines along with some Gagnaire specials. Wines on display will include the vintage 1980 Opus One as well as vintages from 1988, 1999, 2005 and 2009. This will be served alongside a six-course dinner featuring Roasted Duck Foie Gras and Beef Strip loin with artichoke ice cream. The all-inclusive dinner is $500 per person and is available from 6:30 – 9:30 pm.
In the week prior to the big event, Chef Gagnaire will whip up some of his favorite dishes from his restaurants around the world. Priced at $325 per person, the Taste of the Continents menu will feature different entrees from his restaurants in London, Tokyo and Paris. The eight-course menu will offer dishes including the Tokyo-special Pan Seared Dorade Filet in chili-spiced butter, Paris’ traditional ‘Steak au Poivre’, London’s Free Range Chicken Breast Grilled-on-the-Bone ‘En Crapaudine’ and much more.
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