Another superb evening of brotherhood, fine food and fine wines was celebrated by La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs at Topaz on Good Friday, their second event of the year, with many more to come. On this evening, the assembly enjoyed a seven-course menu designed by Topaz’s own Executive Chef, Pov Sopheak. Their evening started off with […]Find out more.
Today is International Women’s Day, when the world joins together in celebrating the political, economic, social and cultural achievements of women while recognising that more needs to be done to put them on an equal footing. In that vein, the theme this year is Press For Progress, calling for an acceleration in the mission to […]Find out more.
More sophistication, more flavours, more flair, more unconditional deliciousness; you’ll find it all on the new menu at Topaz. We’ve added a raft of exciting new dishes, updated some of our classics, and held on to your favourites in a divine new menu that upholds Topaz’s French fine-dining traditions while adding some bold and contemporary […]Find out more.
Topaz is joining the worldwide celebration of Gout de France / Good France this March 21 with a very special menu celebrating the best of French. This global event, coordinated by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and the legendary chef Alain Ducasse, brings together more than 3,000 restaurants in 150 countries in […]Find out more.
On Monday 19 February, you’ll notice something a little bit different at Topaz: a brand new menu with a whole range of exciting and creative new dishes with fresh flavours and beautiful looks inspired by France and the tremendous gifts of the Michelin-starred chefs who have so generously blessed us with their time, talents and […]Find out more.
We hear that a beautiful meal is the unbeatable path to every lover’s heart, and there surely can’t be anything more romantic than dinner that blooms out of the finest traditions of Classical French cuisine. At Topaz, the seduction starts over a creamy egg, artichoke and cep dish formulated by visiting Michelin-star chef, Guy Lassausaie. […]Find out more.
Coming up this month, you’re going to see a whole new menu at Topaz sporting lots of incredibly exciting new dishes while also holding on to the classic French traditions that you and others keep coming back for again and again. We’re jusssssst on the point of launching it, but not quite yet. So we’ve […]Find out more.
While French cuisine can boast a long, long list of classic dishes, some stand out even from that esteemed crowd and when it comes to dessert, few are more instantly recognisable, and adored, than Crêpes Suzette, a dish that blends simplicity with elegance, and more than a little sweet indulgence. When prepared table-side, as is […]Find out more.
You could say it was a Milestone for us; the first time Les Etoilés Michelin du Topaz has collaborated with the Audi International Jazz Festival and it all came out in such a Perfect Way, whirling our guests up Seven Steps to Heaven made from the sublime sounds of jazz legend Miles Davis and a […]Find out more.
The word ‘confit’ comes from the French ‘confire’, meaning to preserve and, when used in relation to duck, goose and pork, describes the way that the meat is salted, softly poached for hours in its own fat, and then placed in a pot covered in the fat, where it can be kept for months and […]Find out more.