Reinventing Gourmet Dining in 2018
At La Maison Hubert, we're convinced that gourmet dining should be reinvented to compete for your business, your love, and your loyalty! And if serving gourmet delicacy dishes were the only core of our offering, it would simply no longer be enough in 2018 to differentiate ourselves.
So we take a new innovative approach: we focus on the men and women - our culinary heroes as we call them - who make the food happen. They are the unsung heroes of the culinary world. And we're out to change that! The artistes of gastronomy. Farmers, fishermen, producers, growers, and of course, starred chefs and their Meilleurs Ouvriers de France partners all have a story-telling voice at La Maison Hubert.
From the moment it's extracted from the sea or from a bountiful earth field to the time a multi-starred Chef sears it on an open flame - right in front of your eyes and into your plate. Some people call it farm-to-table. We like to say "from artists to plate with love". How does it work?
We invite you along with a very small group (12-25) of privileged guests to a beautiful, original and exclusive world location. Where all these artisans and chefs eagerly await your arrival. You meet these heroes up close and personal, hear their stories, discover their legacy, and share their passion during an entire afternoon or evening with them.
Then, they invoke the powers of air, earth, water, and fire to create amazing dishes that will delight your palate and warm your soul. Right in front of you. It's an emotional life experience you'll never forget as new friendships are formed while these artists perform exclusively for you.
So come hungry, and be ready to leave with unforgettable memories. Because at La Maison Hubert, gourmet dining has just been reinvented in 2018.
To live an exclusive Carpe Diem La Maison Hubert culinary life experience, visit our booking center where pre-reservations are currently being accepted for March and April 2018 with starred Chefs from France Jacques Pourcel and Pascal Favre d'Anne in Geneva and Lausanne in Switzerland (no, we're not kidding).