Majestic Oyster 2 ways, one of Julien Royer’s signature dishes at Odette, his two-Michelin-star restaurant in Singapore. Royer will open a restaurant in Hong Kong, called Louise, at PMQ in Sheung Wan in June.
Majestic Oyster 2 ways, one of Julien Royer’s signature dishes at Odette, his two-Michelin-star restaurant in Singapore. Royer will open a restaurant in Hong Kong, called Louise, at PMQ in Sheung Wan in June.
Bernice Chan
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Diner’s Diary by Bernice Chan

Top French chef in Singapore, Julien Royer, to open Hong Kong restaurant; Andre Fu to design it

  • Chef-owner of two-Michelin-star Odette, No 1 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list, will open Louise in the space now occupied by Aberdeen Street Social
  • The venture will ‘allow me to rediscover the heritage recipes I grew up with’, says Royer, who was raised in the Auvergne in central France

Majestic Oyster 2 ways, one of Julien Royer’s signature dishes at Odette, his two-Michelin-star restaurant in Singapore. Royer will open a restaurant in Hong Kong, called Louise, at PMQ in Sheung Wan in June.
Majestic Oyster 2 ways, one of Julien Royer’s signature dishes at Odette, his two-Michelin-star restaurant in Singapore. Royer will open a restaurant in Hong Kong, called Louise, at PMQ in Sheung Wan in June.
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