What the stars will eat at the 2018 Golden Globes

By Chloe Best

As celebrities prepare to descend on The Beverly Hilton hotel for the 75th Golden Globes, the hotel’s executive chef Alberico Nunziata is preparing the elaborate three-course meal they will tuck into.

Unveiling his creations on Thursday, Alberico revealed that he has prepared a three-course feast that is not only delicious, but entirely organic and gluten-free. Celebrities will start their meal with a salad that features burrata cheese – freshly imported from Italy – topped with roasted butternut squash, cherry tomatoes, olives and balsamic vinegar. Violet garlic flowers add the finishing flourishes, and ensure the starter is totally Instagram-worthy.


Food for the golden globes - the starter
The starter celebrities will be eating at the Golden Globes

The main course involves a risotto made with red beets, parmesan cheese and topped with a fresh fillet of sea bass, while vegetarians will be served a winter black truffle mushroom risotto. Last but not least, guests will be treated to a coffee-infused Frangelico crème brûlée, gold dusted and finished with a crinoline chocolate swirl and a chocolate Golden Globe on top – the perfect way to honour the awards show's 75th anniversary.

Food for the golden globes - Seabass risotto
Seabass risotto will be served as the main meal at the Golden Globes

Speaking about how he developed the special menu, chef Alberico told Vogue: "Celebrities have very specific diets, and we want to provide good and beautiful food that's healthy at the same time. Also, for this group, you want to create something that's healthy and familiar, but not boring."

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Food for the golden globes - crème brûlée
The dessert is a crème brûlée, gold dusted and finished with a crinoline chocolate swirl

As for the drinks, the stars can toast the winners with a special champagne cocktail created especially for the night – the Moët 75. Created by Moët ambassador Jamie Chung, it features a blend of Moët Imperial champagne, tequila and freshly-squeezed blood orange juice, finished with a touch of organic honey.

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