Born into a family of chefs and classically trained in the art of French cuisine, Chef Yannick Alléno is famed for haute cuisine at Hotel Le Meurice in Paris, France where he earned his third Michelin-star in 2007. Nicknamed “Prince of the Palaces” by the press, Chef Alleno was since that, member of the elite circle of the world’s greatest chefs.
Chef Alléno likes to create, innovate, taste and play with the product in order to obtain the best. Hard work and rigor are his magic words. His talent lies in reinventing dishes from traditional cuisine by giving a unique interpretation mixing precision and surprise. He gets his inspiration from local products to create links between classic and modern inspiration. In January 2013, after 10 years he announced his departure from Le Meurice. Chef Alléno shares, “My purpose today is to concentrate myself on the 1947 and to search again and again to obtain the best of Cuisine Moderne. Giving emotions is my only challenge" Yannick Alléno is about to break the rules of French cuisine and to take a stand for liberty and culinary creativity.
Chef Yannick Alléno's travel to Singapore is made possible by:
|Restaurant:||The 1947, Cheval Blanc, Courchevel|
La Cantine by Bruno Ménard
Saturday 20 April 2013
Citibank Gastronomic Jam Sessions - Day 2
Sunday 21 April 2013 - Wednesday 24 April 2013
Epicurean Delights - Act 2
Monday 22 April 2013
Rougie Foie Gras Dinner Featuring Yannick Alléno and Bruno Ménard