The Ritz-Carlton Doha brings world famous dinner show ‘Le Petit Chef’ to Qatar Oct 22, 2019 0 567 12345 Tribune News NetworkDoha The Ritz-Carlton Doha has announced the launch of Le Petit Chef, an interactive dining experience with the world’s smallest chef, starting on October 26 at STK Doha, the premium steakhouse in Qatar.The two-hour immersive dining adventure tells the story of a small animated chef who is projected using 3D project mapping technology onto the diners’ plates and proceeds to ‘cook’ their food in front of them. Similar to theatre performances, music and props will also be used to complete the visual delight and set the right mood for Le Petit Chef as diners embark on the next chapter and dish.“This new experience is the first of its kind in Qatar. The four exclusive set menus prepared by Chef de Cuisine Cesar Leon de Torres and his brigade will delight every palate. The experience combines food with cinema, theatre and technology, making it a must try experience for everyone. Le Petit Chef has received a huge success around the world. It is an honour to offer this unique culinary experience to our guests dining with us,” said Sack, general manager at The Ritz-Carlton Doha. Setting a maximum capacity of only 20 people per session to maintain exclusivity, tickets sales are now open and are priced at QR690 for Chef de Partie Menu, QR990 per person for Sous Chef Menu and QR1,390 for Grand Chef Menu. Children aged between 6 to 12 years are charged at QR390.Operating from Saturday to Thursday with two sessions per day, at 6pm and 9pm in the main dining room and at 7pm and 9pm in the VIP dining room, Le Petit Chef also provides customisation for private events and celebrations, and special corporate arrangements. The hotel recommends online reservations for convenience. It has advised diners to arrive at least 15 minutes before their session as the animation will start and end for all diners at the same time. More information and reservation facility are available at https://www.lepetitchef.asia/the-ritz-carlton-doha or on phone at 4484 8588. Pages 123456 RELATED ARTICLES HBKU CIS expert highlights importance of civil-military relations at Turkey meet Oct 22, 2019 0 761 Digital literacy a must to understand future landscape of media, stress NU-Q’s experts Oct 22, 2019 0 273 Sidra Medicine launches fellowship programme in Medical Toxicology Oct 22, 2019 0 260 Medical educators boost assessment skills at workshop Tribune News Network Doha Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) and the Chicago-based Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) teamed up to run a two-and-a-half-day training course on ..