Dutch chef-entrepreneur Sergio Herman will open his first restaurant in Asia at the Grand Hyatt Singapore in the second quarter of next year. The restaurant, which doesn’t have a name or a concrete dining concept yet, will be located in the hotel’s mezzanine level, which used to house buffet restaurant Mezza9.
The multi-hyphenate is best known for clinching the coveted three-Michelin-starred rating for his family restaurant Oud Sluis, converting it from a mussels restaurant to a venerated fine-dining restaurant.
However, he gave it all up in 2013 by closing the restaurant before opening a string of dining establishments and starting his line of cookbooks and serving ware.
The chef is known for light dishes backed by French cooking techniques and his use of local Zeeland produce sourced from the Westernmost region of the Netherlands