Eating aboard SuperYacht Montigne

Did we mention the food? Christophe the Chef on this wonderful superyacht is from France what more needs to be said?

Seriously, he is so good that we have decided to feature him in a story we are writing for publication in The Financial Times that will appear in that newspaper to coincide with the Monaco Yacht Show.

It is no secret that the owner of Montigne is from Asia and in a bid to brush up on his Asian cooking skills Christophe recently flew to Hong Kong to learn the finer points from masters of the art out there.

For dinner last evening he served a tatar of fresh crab with preserved Ginger. He followed this with a main course of lobster in a champagne sauce with citrus fruit, truffle oil and aged Balsamic vinegar, served with jasmine rice scented with saffron.

Dessert was too wonderful and part of the reason for that was there were two of them. One was a plate of warm fresh red fruits in minted syrup, the second delight was spring rolls stuffed with a warm chocolate truffle with a rich caramel dipping sauce. This man can COOK

Montigne carries up to 12 guests and is available to charter through Ocean Independence this summer in the Mediterranean at a rate of 140,000 euros per week

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