The Expat Group, together with Wine Talk, hosted a French dining experience at Le Cordon Bleu in Bandar Sunway on 25th October 2013.
Guests indulged into a delightful selection of French cuisine carefully prepared by Le Cordon Bleu’s top chefs and culinary team. Le Cordon Bleu is globally recognized for offering the most intensive and comprehensive training in classic French culinary techniques and Pattiserie. The famed culinary organization is now on Malaysian shores and has begun to apply the Blue Ribbon’s distinctive teaching methodology since 2012, where students gain culinary skills through demonstration classes and hands-on learning.
The Expat Group’s guests that included both locals and expatriates were welcomed by French canapés and white wine. Tables were beautifully prepared for guests and created an exciting anticipation for what awaited their taste buds and palate.
The Expat Group CEO Andy Davison and TEG Digital General Manager Nick Davison
Wine Talk Malaysia, online wine delivery service, provided the superb French wines for the night.
Wine Talk Malaysia General Manager/ Sommelier David Stephan gave a quick talk about the French wines: Arthur Metz Pinot Gris (Alsace, France), Gerard Bertrand ‘Art De Vivre’ Viognier (Languedoc, France), and Chateau Siffle-Merle, Blaye (Coates de Bordeaux).
Le Cordon Bleu’s chefs, Franck Bruwier, Thierry Lerallu and David Morris, personally welcomed the guests to the French dining experience.
The French dining started with this appetizer:
Hot Foie Gras Quenelle
White Mushroom and Asparagus Fricasse
Duck Consomme Solferino
Wine: Arthur Metz Pinot Gris
Braised Beed Cheeks in Cabernet
Fava Beans Toast
Glazed Carrots and Daikon
Wine: Chateau Siffle-Merle, Blaye
Plated Strawberry Vacherin
For inquiries on French culinary arts programmes, call:
Sunway Le Cordon Bleu Institute of Culinary Arts
No. 5 Jalan Universiti, Bandar Sunway,
46150, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel. No. +603 5632 1188
To be part of The Expat Group’s monthly dining experience, visit:
For wine requirements and sommelier advice, call:
Wine Talk Malaysia 1300 88 9788