La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs has two types of members: individuals and professionals. The warm interaction between our professional and non-professional members distinguishes la Chaîne from other organizations. In some of the Bailliages there is an equal number of professional and non-professional members but in most Bailliages there is nowadays a majority of non-professional members.
In the Chaîne in the Philippines we strive for balanced membership representing professionals involved in food preparation, service in hotels, private clubs and restaurants; wine, food and are in a position to enjoy the pleasures engendered by good cuisine, good wine and good company.
Membership of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs is an opportunity to meet people who share a common interest in fine dining and good fellowship. We hold fine dining events, often black tie, in the best local restaurants and hotels. Menus and dishes are created exclusively for these dinners by chefs—many of whom are also members of the confrèrie. A grand gala event is held annually to celebrate the induction of new members. Members receive a distinctive ribbon that is worn at Chaîne events.
La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs also offers a growing number of regional and national events open to all members. Members of good standing may also attend the Grand Chapître held once a year in each national bailliage around the world.
Any member of the Chaîne in the Philippines becomes a member of the International Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, who will receive the international magazine published by the international head office in Paris.
La Chaîne deeply appreciates the guidance and sophistication that our professional members bring to our organization. The titles bestowed on professional members depend upon their functions, and whether they have direct responsibility for a kitchen.
Hotels and restaurants where Chaîne members are located display a full-colour enamel plaque announcing their Chaîne membership. The plaque, along with the society's logo on menus and brochures proclaims excellence in dining. The plaque and logo are the property of the Society, and are awarded to professionals as individuals. This means that these symbols may be displayed only as long as the member is in good standing and is normally present at the establishment concerned.
Chaîne membership is by invitation only. Please contact our Bailli Delegue Michel Lhuillier for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org