One respected French chef is followed to this Downtown restaurant by another.
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Feau, who recently closed The Royce in Pasadena, will team up with The Oinkster chef-owner and former L'Orangerie sous chef Ressul Rassallat.
Chef David Feau won't hang around while the concept changes to an American steakhouse.
Chef-driven concepts are increasingly being attracted to less traditional neighborhoods, filling in the dead zones.
The chef has a blunt laundry list of ingredients he'll pair with the taboo liver, plus five surprises for the chef's table.
On May 14, chefs like Michael Voltaggio, Ludo Lefebvre, and Doug Kean will each join with restaurants like Melisse and Animal to whip up competing foie gras dishes.
The Royce chef plans a series of meals inspired by and dedicated to French artists.
While Ariane Daguin stirred up a counterinsurgency to the forthcoming ban, David Feau silently shared his passion for the product.
Company founder Ariane Daguin, aka "Ms. Foie Gras," will help chef David Feau celebrate the terroir and cuisine of Southwest France.
Distinguished chefs, including Octavio Becerra, Eric Greenspan, and Walter Manzke, cooked for the big birthday celebration.
Chefs like Walter Manzke and David Feau will each contribute a different flavor to a nine-course menu at Joachim Splichal's surviving fine-dining restaurant.
David Feau's cooking pries a third star from the tight fists of S. Irene Virbila, while Mr. Gold gets called out for his saltenas story.
The chef might have received five stars if not for the waiter who may have been "plucked from a pizza parlor or IHOP."
If rabbit with cinnamon grilled mushrooms or huckleberry foie isn't your thing, a tasting menu is available for vegetarians
Guy Savoy and Patina vet David Feau plans creative farm-to-table twists on French and American classics.
This should be enough to tide Pasadena over before The Royce arrives later this month.
The Patina and Lutece vet will cook light California fare.