Bacchanalia now Vianney Massot

One-Michelin-starred restaurant takes name of French chef helming it to mark its new identity and style of cooking

Vianney Massot, a protege of late celebrity chef Joel Robuchon, plans to showcase the finest produce, with a nod to Singapore.
Vianney Massot, a protege of late celebrity chef Joel Robuchon, plans to showcase the finest produce, with a nod to Singapore.ST PHOTO: LIM YAO HUI

Come Monday, one-Michelin-starred Bacchanalia restaurant at 39 HongKong Street will cease to exist.

It will be renamed Vianney Massot Restaurant after the 27-year-old French chef who has been helming the kitchen for the past six months.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 30, 2019, with the headline 'Bacchanalia now Vianney Massot'. Subscribe