BBR by Alain Ducasse - Raffles Hotel Singapore

Published - 12 November 2019, Tuesday

The much-loved Bar & Billiard Room returns with one of the world’s most celebrated chefs, Chef Alain Ducasse.

Making his debut in Singapore with BBR by Alain Ducasse, this historic location will present his first Mediterranean sharing and grill restaurant and bar in South East Asia.

Seduced by the flavours of the Mediterranean at a young age, Chef Ducasse reveals the essence of Portugal, Spain, Italy and France in BBR by Alain Ducasse.

Embark on a culinary journey along the Mediterranean coast, complemented by a modern and vibrant ambiance.

Dress code for BBR by Alain Ducasse is Casual Chic. Gentlemen are encouraged to wear collared shirts and trousers teamed with appropriate footwear and dressed shorts are accepted for lunch only.

Ladies may be dressed in dresses, skirts or trousers with appropriate footwear. Slip-ons and flip-flops will not be permitted.

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The focus of the menu at BBR by Alain Ducasse seems to be on the classics from the French-Italian riviera, Spain and Portugal.

“Step by step, we hope to include dishes from the other Mediterranean coasts,” he shares. He noted how this is a cuisine he has long been invested in, and which led to him to publish, in 2009, Grand Livre De Cuisine: Alain Ducasse's Culinary Encyclopedia, which boasts 700 recipes from French and Mediterranean cuisine that incorporate 100 basic ingredients and 10 major cooking styles.

He says that it’s also about carrying on a heritage, adding that by opening BBR by Alain Ducasse, he is putting on the menu of this historical landmark a historical cuisine that has strong roots and strong flavours.

The aim, he expounds, is to showcase Mediterranean cuisine as tasty, sexy and accessible—the same way street food in Singapore is.
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https://sg.asiatatler.com/dining/alain-ducasse-reveals-why-he-opened-bbr-at-raffles-hotel-singapore

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