Join us at Casa de Sierra Nevada for an exclusive dinner on 26 November hosted by four passionate Belmond chefs, two Peruvian and two Mexican, with different and unique styles for an evening of autumn contemporary cuisine, in the heart of San Miguel de Allende.
Meet the Four Chefs At The Table:
Eduardo Zorrilla, Executive Chef at Casa de Sierra Nevada, A Belmond Hotel
Ricardo Ehni, Executive Chef at Miraflores Park, A Belmond Hotel
Daniel Camacho, Executive Chef at Maroma, A Belmond Hotel
Carlos Risco, Executive Sous-Chef at Andean Explorer, A Belmond Train
Both cultures surprise with their world-renowned gastronomies and promise a night of mixed Peruvian and Mexican delights paired with Tres Raíces wine.
Contact Casa de Sierra Nevada to learn more and join us for this special dinner.
Casa de Sierra Nevada has prepared a night of mixed Peruvian and Mexican cuisine: you will meet four passionate chefs, two Peruvian and two Mexican, with different and unique styles for an evening of mixed autumn contemporary cuisine. From the gastronomic capital of Peru to the shores of the Riviera Maya, this dinner event will be a delight to the senses. Ricardo Ehni, Executive Chef, Tragaluz Miraflores Park, in Lima; Carlos Risco, Executive Sous-Chef at the Andean Explorer, a Belmond Train in Perú; Eduardo Zorrilla, Executive Chef at Casa de Sierra Nevada in San Miguel de Allende and Daniel Camacho, Executive Chef at Maroma, a Belmond Hotel in Riviera Maya will showcase an exciting menu, paired with wines from Tres Raíces, an award-winning winery located in Dolores Hidalgo. An unmissable event! Make your reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
XPELÓN BEAN TLACOYO
Valladolid pork sausage, tsikil pak, amazonian cured beef
Chef Daniel Camacho
Pairing: Tres Raíces Ensamble
ROCK-HEATED SHRIMP CEVICHE
Corn tortilla, glazed sweet potato and xoconostle
Chef Ricardo Ehni
Maridaje: Tres Raíces Rosé
Amarillito mole made with Peruvian mirasol chilli, tacacho with cilantro & del mesón cotija cheese
Chef Eduardo Zorrilla
Maridaje: Tres Raíces Blend
MARQUESITA DE SUSPIRO LIMEÑO
Bola cheese, mezcal meringue, lúcuma egg curd
Chef Carlos Risco
Maridaje: Tres Raíces Mistela
BELMOND CASA DE SIERRA NEVADAA cluster of historic buildings at the centre of the city, this charming luxury hotel offers the ultimate Mexican experience.
Cool, leafy gardens, stone arches and traditional wooden doors surround pretty courtyards lit by lanterns as night falls. Peaceful though this is—especially when within the tranquil Laja Spa—just step outside and you are surrounded by San Miguel de Allende’s many colors, scents and sounds. The hotel has its own cooking school, Sazon, where you can learn to create traditional Mexican treats.
Swimming pool In the heart of Casa Palma is a hidden oasis. The azure pool sits surrounded by the beautiful stone arches and arcades of the mansion. A courtyard dotted with manicured trees and colourful flowers makes it a fantastic setting for a cooling dip. Recline on the luxury loungers with cocktail in hand and while away the day. Boutique The Boutique at Sazón features some of Mexico’s finest home-ware. We carefully source from local artisans whose marvellous creations are tomorrow’s heirlooms. Browse through handcrafted pottery, glassware, linens and paintings with a chance to meet some of the talented craftspeople. Pick up some pottery from Gorky Gonzalez, from Michoacan, who mastered his craft under the guidance of his father. Rescuing the lost craft of majolica—beautiful tin-glazed pottery—his famed creations are a wonderful talking point for your home. Or find colourful creations from Juan Carlos Breceda, from Sinaloa. Having studied at many fine art institutes and receiving several prizes, including the National Contest of Drawing and Painting, his work has been exhibited throughout South America, Europe and the USA.
This 18th century boutique hotel in the center of downtown San Miguel de Allende is also a cooking school called Sazon. Each of the 37 rooms is uniquely decorated with traditional Spanish colonial and modern touches. Choose from a variety of different size rooms depending on your needs. Amenities include phone, bathrobe, turndown service, TV and butler service. Dine at one of the two restaurants inside the hotel or have a private dinner in your room. Peek into a class to watch future chefs prepare Mexican cuisine. Ask about special packages and offers.