Smoked eel with Canarian potatoes, green crème, and the white wine Viñátigo Malvasía Dulce are part of the homage that the two Michelin-starred restaurant L’Eau-Vive pays to the regional products.
The Tais Hotels & Villas hotel brings the island closer to its guests with a special love for gastronomy through a menu with inspiration from the Canary Islands.
Michel Burgio, director of Food and Drink at Bahía del Duque, and Ana Ugarte, Sales and Marketing Director of the Hotel, will be in Belgium on 17 and 18 November to present a variation of the renowned restaurant’s menu that alludes to the Belgian chef’s connection with Tenerife.
With this event, the Hotel Bahía del Duque aims to celebrate the collaboration but also bring the destination closer to the Belgian guests, who are particularly attracted to gastronomy when making their travel decisions.
The menu for this special weekend at the two Michelin-starred restaurant L’Eau-Vive includes Canarian potatoes with caviar, smoked eel with Canarian potatoes, green cream, and a glass of Viñátigo Malvasía Dulce to round off the dessert.
According to Michel Burgio “With Pierre Résimont’s concept and vision, eight years ago the Hotel Bahia del Duque took an important step to offer our guests in La Brasserie a gastronomy that opens up to the world and incorporates the pleasure of haute cuisine into the travel experience. Today we are celebrating this alliance which has created a real bridge between Belgium and Tenerife”.
Overlooking the swimming pool and the hotel’s central square, La Brasserie by Pierre Résimont is dedicated to Gallic cuisine. His exquisite menu combines local and seasonal products to conquer guests’ palates along with a carefully selected Canarian and French-influenced wine list. The restaurant is also open for reservations to external guests.