Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech launched a pop-up restaurant with Le Petit Chef, a one-of-a-kind interactive technology and gourmet cuisine experience. Starting at 1,000 Euro, the Petit Chef package includes luxurious stay in a private villa or infinity suite, complimentary fully daily breakfast served in resort restaurant, Petit Chef Dinner for two, round-trip transfer from Marrakech Menara Airport, fast Track through the Airport. The package is available from 17 January to 4 May 2019.
The two-hour Le Petit Chef dining show uses an advanced 3D visual technology that invites diners to an animated culinary journey across countries visited by Marco Polo. During this enchanting experience, “the world’s smallest chef”, the animated character Le Petit Chef, will guide diners through the story on table-top screens that double as place mats, moving from one culinary delight to the next, making this a highly entertaining evening to spend with friends and family.
Le Petit Chef is the brainchild of Belgian artists’ collective Skullmapping, which was founded by award-winning filmmaker Filip Sterckx and Antoon Verbeeck, in 2010. Visual Mapping, usually seen as huge video mapping projections at major events, has been made miniature for this more intimate environment. Ingenious props, soundtracks and scents are added to enhance the experience.
Held in the library area of Mes’lalla restaurant each Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 17 January to 4 May 2019, the pop-up will serve a six-course dinner priced at MAD 1,280 per person. Seating is limited to 14 diners on request and upon availability.
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