The very first exclusive Michelin-starred dining experience coming to Kata Rocks, Phuket.
Presenting highly anticipated evenings of culinary adventure where Chef Thomas Diepersloot (Michelin-starred Restaurant Voltaire, Leersum, the Netherlands) and the Executive Chef Laia Pons of Kata Rocks will share their passion for Mediterranean and Provençal cuisine in a two exclusive dinners at Penthouse Sky Pool Villa, Kata Rocks, Phuket.
This would represent a homecoming of sorts for Chef Thomas Diepersloot since he lived and worked in Asia for three years, after gathering experience at restaurant De Leest, to further refined his craft. He then embarked on another adventure with Parc Broekhuizen in Restaurant Voltaire which provided him the ultimate creative freedom.
Presenting unique dishes each for two VIP dinners are Chef Thomas, Chef Laia and Restaurant Voltaire’s Robert Poel and the exquisite dining experience will take the guests on a memorable journey with a refined menu focuses on light and vibrant flavours. The dishes designed to reflect the chefs’ personal culinary journeys with an Asian flair while utilising as many ingredients from Phuket and southern Thailand as possible to ensure a close connection with the local region.
“We are thrilled to welcome Chef Thomas to Phuket for what is sure to become the first of many evenings of Michelin-starred gastronomy at Kata Rocks. This supports our goal to establish Kata Rocks as a renowned gastronomic destination, and our ability to attract world-class chefs like Thomas Diepersloot is a wonderful reflection of the progress we’re making. We want to inspire guests through food and create culinary experiences that are memorable,” said Michael Nurbatlian, Director of Marketing at Infinite Luxury.
During the exclusive two nights of VIP dinners, the evening will begin with light canape starting from 6pm to 7pm on the Penthouse Sky Pool Villa terrace where guests can also bask in the beautiful sunset before moving to the dining area.
The dishes include, but are not limited to, Sea Bream with cucumber, dashi and miso, Scallop Ceviche with avocado, shallot, coriander, pomegranate, crème fraiche and kaffir lime, and Lobster cappuccino to name a few.
During this time, Chef Thomas will also lead a cooking class lunch experience on Saturday 3 August for 14 Thai hospitality students in the Kata Rocks Wine Cellar.
Kata Rocks’ first ever Michelin-starred dinners are open to both in-house and outside guests, priced at B6,000 net per guest for the six-course menu paired with wine overlooking the Andaman Sea.
This is a reservation only event and seats are very limited to ensure the highest quality experience. Book today at firstname.lastname@example.org