Those working around the opening of the first Bangkok restaurant of one of the world’s most celebrated chefs are sealing their lips very tightly about the details. But anything that comes from Alain Ducasse, one of only two chefs in the world to hold 21 Michelin stars in his long career, is going to be to-die-for.
With thirty restaurants in seven countries – from authentic bistros and casual brasseries to three Michelin-starred restaurants – a network of more than 500 addresses selected by les Collectionneurs in Europe, an international education division in culinary and pastry arts, handmade bean-to-bar chocolate shops and handmade coffee-tree-to-cup coffee shops, Alain Ducasse has developed, over thirty years, a different vision of the food service and hospitality industry re-grouped under Ducasse Paris, which he founded in 1999.
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