The head chefs of ‘fun’ dining restaurant Babe and avant-garde Japanese eatery Restau K Yamauchi will be putting their hands on the table in the second edition of Perrier-Jouët’s Four Hands dinner series. Set to take place this weekend on the 8th and 9th of November, this exclusive two nights only dinner will be a celebration of fine food and fine champagne.
Chef Jeff Ramsey and Chef Kenichiro Yamauchi will be coming together to present a specially curated ‘Art of the Wild’ 8- and 12-course tasting menu that puts forward their best skills and techniques as well as the very best in local and Japanese ingredients. And through all that, diners will enjoy the food with the complementary notes of Perrier-Jouët’s delicate and balanced Grand Brut champagnes.
Chef Kenichiro Yamauchi hails from Japan, and opened up the eponymous Restau K Yamauchi in Nagoya in 2014. There, his unique talents and creativity with culinary creations combines with his classical French training to result in dishes that are innovative and avant-garde. He actively collaborates with chefs from some of Asia’s Top 50 Restaurants, including Amber’s Richard Ekkebus and Florilege’s Hiroyasu Kawate, as well as other prominent names in four hands collaborations to expand his experience and techniques.
Chef Jeff Ramsey needs no introduction to the local crowd, as this Michelin Starred chef heads the kitchen at Babe, one of the city’s hottest restaurants. Babe serves ‘fun’ dining Japanese-Tapas style cuisine, with an emphasis on sharing and creating fun moments with friends and family. With more than 22 years of experience in the kitchens, Jeff Ramsey earned his Star at the young age of 32 while serving at the Tapas Molecular Bar in the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo hotel.
The second edition of the Perrier-Jouët Four Hands dinner will take place in Babe at Clearwater, Damansara Heights for dinner commencing at 6pm on both the 8th and 9th of November. Learn more about the tasting menus that will be served here and make your required advanced booking by contacting Babe at 03-2095 8599 or visiting their website.