Starting this September, the Tram Experience will be taking food lovers on an extraordinary culinary journey through the streets of Brussels. On the menu, a procession of exquisite dishes prepared by a set of prestigious chefs who this season will be offering their signature menus packed with subtle and delicate flavors.
For over 10 years, the Tram Experience has been taking food-lovers on a gastronomic tour of the Belgian capital. This year, it will be welcoming some of the world’s leading chefs from near and far for a truly amazing experience. Six renowned chefs will be taking it in turns to showcase their culinary universe: Giovanni Bruno, Samuel Sirois, Mallory Gabsi, Andrea Larossa, Tomoyasu Kamo and Oxana Cretu. From Japan to Italy and Quebec to France, via Brussels, each of the menus will be an invitation to explore new taste sensations.
Giovanni Bruno from the famous Senzanome restaurant in Brussels will be launching the season in September. Chef Bruno shares his undying love of Italian cuisine with us through a menu of traditional flavors, modernized with subtlety and indulgence.
Montreal, the gourmet capital of North America, will be the next stop in order to meet prestigious chef Samuel Sirois, recent Canadian finalist in the international Bocuse d’Or competition. Sirois will be serving up a surprising menu, combining local Quebec produce with nods to Belgian gastronomy.
The festive season menu will see Mallory Gabsi back in the spotlight. Gabsi is well-known to all Belgian gourmets from the semi-finals of season 11 of Top Chef. Buoyed by the success of his Paris restaurant, which was swiftly awarded a Michelin star, Gabsi has not forgotten his origins, and is returning to his beloved Brussels for this menu.
In January, the focus will turn to Northern Italy. The Michelin-starred chef from Turin, Andrea Larossa, will be taking guests on a journey through the Piedmont region, with a menu that uses the comforting flavors of Italian cuisine to warm up those cold winter evenings.
In early spring, Japanese chef Tomoyasu Kamo of the celebrated KAMO restaurant will be back in Brussels. Kamo is the only Japanese Michelin-starred chef in the country. Guests on the Tram Experience will marvel at the sophisticated precision of his talent. The finesse in every mouthful of his creations guarantees a complete change of scenery. An invitation to embark on one of the world’s most refined cuisines.
The season will close with a summer menu from Oxana Cretu of the INIMA restaurant in the heart of Bordeaux. This Moldavian-born chef will delight your taste buds with her delicate floral and plant-based cuisine, nourished by the imaginative world of her culinary inspiration.
All the recipes are meticulously prepared on board by Tram Experience’s caterer Thibault Granville (Taste Great) and his team.