Kyoto-born Yoya Takahashi prefers nutrient-rich rice...and The Grateful Dead.
The chef is starting up on online cooking school, with plans for a possible pop-up.
The heavily-praised mole chef is now found solely in Sun Valley, though her name is still being used in Bell.
The French chef learned his chops with two Michelin men in Burgundy, recently opening Peter in Tokyo.
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One Nick Erven is hand-picked by the departing chef as his replacement.
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No word on the chef's replacement yet, nor on the plans of Benjamin Bailly.
The chef is helping the hotel to again press the restaurant reset button.
Under the new chef, takoyaki transforms into arancini, unagi is layered with lardo, and salmon is smoked with a handheld gun.
Former general manager Helena Brown tells us the ownership "wasn't a good fit."
The new chef comes from Kristy's in Malibu and once worked at The Reagan Library.
The chef will still be found at Wood & Vine until his mid-November start date.
The chef is no longer attached to Michael Cardenas' empire, signifying the duo's paella-based project could be scrapped too.
The chef will be replaced by his current sous, Eric Buss.
The farmers market junkie is riffing on European staples with dishes like sweet potato gnocchi and duck confit casserole.
The chef is known for his skill and an inspiring weight-loss.
Which means a new captain may soon be taking over for Michael Bryant in the Sunset Strip institution's kitchen.
The chef is bringing his seasonal cooking to a "New York tavern concept."
The Daniel and Waverly Place veteran recently left Gotham to cook at Alona Hamilton-Cooke's pop-up.