Madam Edith Lai-Bompard

The better half of Chef Sir, Julien Bompard. Being the renowned Chef’s wife, Edith is no stranger to the hospitality industry. With a bachelor’s degree in Hotel Management at the University of Surrey, Edith’s had worked with one of the most famous hotel groups in the world, The Peninsula Group (both in Hong Kong and New York).

In 2003, Edith assisted Chef Sir Julien in setting up their flagship restaurant, Le Saint Julien. Recognition for her talents arrived in 2005 when she was awarded Best Restaurant Manager of the Year by Singapore’s annual gastronomic extravaganza, World Gourmet Summit.

In the year of 2011, Edith titled Dame Chevalier by Ordre des Coteaux de Champagne for her devotion, knowledge and passion toward the product of Champagne; and she is one of the few ladies to have such honored.

Aside from being one of the experienced wine connoisseurs, Edith is also known for her knowledge of Affiné cheeses. The lady cheese master has done numerous cheese and wine master classes for various large corporations, and various cheese events in French Marché plus many other roadshow events in the market. Truly one of the cheese and wine connoisseurs in Singapore.

During the year of 2013, Madam Bompard associated with the concept of Scotts 27, The Heritage Dining. The verandah black and white house offered the one and only private dining room experience in Singapore, establishing a unique benchmark of personal services from private dinings to corporate and social events in the past 3 years. The consultancy project completed in September 2016. Scotts 27, returned to the directorship of owners’ food and beverage teams.

Madam Bompard continues her passion in the hospitality industry, one will find the social butterfly in any of the social dining events from offices to residence catering very often. Remember to ask for her signature Beef Tartar “Gueridon Style” and “Crêpe Suzette by Edith”

Currently Edith’s work focuses on her private collection of premium wine. The collection covers over 300 labels with 4000 bottles.

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