Executive Chef Michael Scioli from Constance Le Prince Maurice will be taking the flavours, spices and culinary traditions of Mauritius to The Chalet d’Adrien in Switzerland this August.
Chef Michael’s visit to Verbier next month will be the centrepiece of a gastronomic week celebrating Spices and Flavours of the World at the Chalet d’Adrien from 7-10 August.
He will work alongside Michelin-starred chef Mirto Marchesi to create a series of menus built around the spices and herbs of Indian Ocean cuisine.
Restaurants on tour are big news this summer, and Constance Le Prince Maurice is joining the likes of The Fat Duck, Noma and El Celler de Can Roca in taking its renowned cuisine to new countries.
More about Constance Le Prince Maurice
Named after Prince Maurice Van Nassau, the Dutch pioneer of the spice trade in the Indian Ocean, Constance Le Prince Maurice in Mauritius has long celebrated the rich, warm flavours and spices of the region.
Our beautiful, cool colonial-style architecture, sumptuous menus infused with the warmth of spices from the region and even our hotel logo of a nutmeg, all point to the important role spices play in Mauritius fusion cuisine.
Find out more
- Read more about Constance Le Prince Maurice or make a booking on our website
- To find out more about the gourmet event at Chalet d’Adrien or to make a booking visit the website
- Discover why Gourmet Travel Magazine recommends a trip to Mauritius
- Take a look at the A-Z of our Constance culinary spirit
- Read more about the fruits and spices of Mauritian cuisine
- Find out more about why some of the world’s leading chefs are taking their restaurants on tour.