The Smallest Chef in The World Comes to Grand Hyatt Bali

For the first time in Bali, Le Petit Chef, the smallest chef in the world, will make an appearance at Grand Hyatt Bali. At only 58mm tall, Le Petit Chef is small in stature. However, his theatrical presence leaves a big impression.

Le Petit Chef ‘comes to life’ with technology developed by the Belgian-based company Skullmapping. Using 3D projection mapping, this innovative dining experience delivers the story of a small animated chef onto diners’ plates, where he proceeds to ‘cook’ their food in front of them. With the help of overhead projectors, the dining table transforms into an immersive theatre where the tablecloth, plates and utensils become backdrops and props for the story’s hero to show off his culinary prowess.

Since his creation in 2015, Le Petit Chef has become a viral sensation in restaurants around the world, from London to Singapore, from Dubai to Kuala Lumpur. Now, he will be hosted in Bali by Grzegorz Odolak, the culinary director of Grand Hyatt Bali.

“Grand Hyatt Bali is bringing new and unique dining offers this year, and one in particular is Le Petit Chef,” said Grzegorz. “I am delighted to announce that Grand Hyatt Bali will host the renowned smallest chef in the world. With Le Petit Chef, we are excited to invite diners of all ages to go on an immersive dining journey to remember.”

From April 30 to October 31, 2021, the smallest chef on Earth will combine cinema, theatre and culinary creations in Klungkung Room, an exclusive private dining area at Grand Hyatt Bali, accommodating up to 20 guests per seating. One Le Petit Chef Classic dinner session is available from Wednesday to Friday, while two Le Grand Chef dining sessions are on offer on Saturday and Sunday. The Le Junior Chef menu is available from Wednesday to Sunday.

Guests will be able to enjoy the five-course dinner with three menus to choose from: Le Petit Chef Classic menu (IDR 795,000 net), Le Grand Chef menu (IDR 950,000 net) and Le Junior Chef menu (IDR 350,000 net). The experience, which has been making the rounds on social media, hasn’t disappointed diners. While taking photographs is encouraged during dinner, you might just want to sit back and enjoy the show.

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