Called the Le Petit Chef experience, the restaurant combines interactive technology with culinary delights in a single all-inclusive package.
The deal includes accommodation, airport transfers and breakfast with a stay in a private villa or infinity suite, an exclusive Petit Chef Dinner for two, a round-trip airport transfer and a fast-track option through the Airport.
Amon the highlights of the Le Petit Chef experience is an immersive show that takes guests on a culinary journey across countries visited by the legendary explorer Marco Polo, performed with the help of an animated character called ‘Le Petit Chef’.
Throughout the experience, diners are shown stories on table-top screens that also double as placemats.
From the icy air of the Himalayas to the hot and heady vibe of an Arabic souk, the Le Petit Package takes guests on a round-the-world food odyssey from the confines of their dining seats.
The show will be held in the library area of Mes’lalla restaurant until the start of May, with a six-course dinner priced at $135 per person. The entire Petit Chef package, however, costs around $1,140 per night.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group was formed in 1985 as part of a merger between two luxury Asian Hotels: The Mandarin in Hong Kong and The Oriental in Bangkok.