Yannick Alleno: a visionary approach to the culinary arts
- Rewarded twice 3 Stars in France in 2019
- French art de vivre in Dubai, Taipei
- #25 at World’s Fifty Best Restaurants
- Modern Cuisine culinary movement
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Rewarded twice 3 stars by the French MICHELIN guide in 2019, chef Yannick Alléno advocates a French cuisine that draws its strength from its heritage but is also ambitious in its creativity. With his Modern Cuisine culinary movement, he has developed a visionary approach to the culinary arts in which know how and excellence are combined with audacity to pushes boundaries, better experience new flavors and exalt tastes.
Since July 2014, Alléno has been owning the Pavillon Ledoyen and directing Alléno Paris where he keeps on going beyond borders on his endless quest for the quintessential in all things. 31 st in the “World’s 50 best restaurants” his flagship restaurant is awarded by three MICHELIN stars after 7 months.
At that point, Yannick Alleno is directing restaurants in five destinations , notably Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc in Courchevel that now proudly heralds its three MICHELIN stars and Les Grandes Tables Française and Marocaine at Royal Mansour in Marrakech, the Parisian chef promotes French art de vivre in Dubai, Taipei , Seoul and Hong Kong.
His publishing department releases a cooking bimonthly for chefs called YAM. And with his Reflections of a Chef book collection, gathering Sauces (2014) and Terroirs (he lays the foundations of a renaissance of French cuisine).
Elected 2015 chef of the year by the French Gault&Millau guide, he won the following year the 2016 chef of the year by the Moroccan edition of the guide. The same year he was also elected 13th best chef of the world by Le Chef magazine.
In 2017, Yannick Alleno celebrate d ten years of being a three MICHELIN star chef and the historic distinction of having two restaurants awarded at the same time by three MICHELIN stars. The Chef Yannick Alleno closes several restaurants (Taipei & Hong Kong) and refocuses his activity on Marrakech, Dubai, Seoul & obviously France.
In 2018, Yannick Alleno wins a star for the Stay at Seoul and create two new restaurants in Paris: Allénothèque, a bistronomic and L’Abysse, a sushi counter.
In 2019, L’Abysse, located at Pavillon Ledoyen is awarded by its first MICHELIN star. Yannick Alleno opens the same year in October Pavyllon, a gastronomic counter. Actually, Alleno Paris is ranked 25 th in the “World’s 50 best restaurants” and Chef Alleno manages 4 MICHELIN star restaurants.