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Immersive Theatre & Dining Combined.
Lepetit Chef Singapore

AN IMMERSIVE CULINARY JOURNEY WITH 3D VISUALS

Grand Hyatt Singapore invites you to experience the best of theatre & dining in an immersive culinary journey following the footsteps of Le Petit Chef, world's smallest chef!

Le Petit Chef Around the world

LE PETIT CHEF - THE WORLD'S SMALLEST CHEF!

Our team invites you to an immersive culinary journey. Enjoy this unforgettable experience of delightful dining and entertainment that will capture your imagination.

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Grand Hyatt Singpore and Le Petit Chef invite you to experience the best of cinema + dining in a 2-hour immersive culinary journey. In the footsteps of Marco Polo, our tiny clumsy chef from France travels along the famous Silk Road.

Using cutting-edge 3D Mapping Technology, diners will be able to follow the smallest chef in the world on his culinary journey through various continents, complemented with themed music, props and an exquisite six-course menu. 

Guests can choose between two different menus: «Journey» and «Expedition» (premium). Kids and vegetarian menus are also available.

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3D Mapping Technology

Featuring cutting-edge 3D visual technology and digital mapping, treat yourself to an immersive culinary journey with Le Petit Chef at your table, paired with themed music, props, and an exquisite 6-course menu.

A miniature chef to life on your dinner table, all through the magic of visual mapping. By mapping your dining table and the objects on it (e.g. your plates and cutlery), we are able to project a virtual story onto the tabletop.

The 3D effect is often thought of as a hologram or a 3D projection. In fact the use of special optical techniques, length distortions from the right angle to produce the effect or illusion of 3D. Along with 3D projections, the Marco Polo story will also include props, soundtracks, and scents, which will make guests “breathe the icy air of the Himalaya one moment, and feel hot and heady in an Arabic souk the next”.