LP Tetsu


Modern catering, 2011

A bit of our gastronomic culture is being exported to Asia.

Having travelled regularly to Singapore in the past, the chef became known to a group called Food Junction.

This group called on Laurent Peugeot to take over the reins of one of its Japanese restaurants located in the embassy district of Singapore. This is where LP Tetsu was born.

Sébastien Lorgeaux, the architect of Charlemagne and Koki, redesigned the entire interior decoration on the spot: the result is a very modern restaurant with an open kitchen.

Laurent Peugeot created the menu and trained the teams: some fifteen chefs came to France in turn.

Laurent Peugeot also introduced the team to sommellerie: the wine list is composed of 70% Burgundy appellations. A wine has even been specially created for LP Tetsu by Domaine Dubreuil-Fontaine in Pernand-Vergelesses.

Laurent Peugeot will visit at least four times a year to ensure the success of the restaurant and its cultural influence abroad.