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Alléno

5+ Outstanding

Alléno, Outstanding

Alléno, Outstanding
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Yannick Alléno’s name has become synonymous with creativity and innovation in gastronomy. In a career spanning four decades, he has identified the essence of classic French cuisine, and made it thoroughly modern. His experimental recipes have taken him all over the world, with a portfolio of restaurants from Asia to the Middle East. He was invited by the King of Morocco to prepare a modern Moroccan cuisine for the iconic Royal Mansour hotel. He spent time in Morocco visiting local houses watching how local Morocco food is made, what ingredients are used and what techniques are being followed. But it is in his home country of France that Alléno continues to impress and influence his peers around the globe, and confirm his place as one of the greatest chefs of all times. Wherever he cooks, Yannick Alléno continues to push the boundaries of French cuisine. His unique creativity means his combination of the classic and the modern frequently yields surprises. He has been awarded fourteen Michelin stars in his career. Alleno restaurant with 3 ⭐️ has a charming dining room that goes back to 1840 with wooden cladding and beautiful wooden decorated ceiling. The tables are separated by elegant screens tastefully embroidered by Channel. The dinner was the best I ever had in France. Every dish was better than the previous one. Portions were generous for a tasting menu so you need to come hungry. Rating is Outstanding. Two option for Tasting Menu Exploring and Full Experience € 345 pp for the Full Experience.
Yannick Alléno’s name has become synonymous with creativity and innovation in gastronomy. In a career spanning four decades, he has identified the essence of classic French cuisine, and made it thoroughly modern. His experimental recipes have taken him all over the world, with a portfolio of restaurants from Asia to the Middle East. He was invited by the King of Morocco to prepare a modern Moroccan cuisine for the iconic Royal Mansour hotel. He spent time in Morocco visiting local houses watching how local Morocco food is made, what ingredients are used and what techniques are being followed. But it is in his home country of France that Alléno continues to impress and influence his peers around the globe, and confirm his place as one of the greatest chefs of all times. Wherever he cooks, Yannick Alléno continues to push the boundaries of French cuisine. His unique creativity means his combination of the classic and the modern frequently yields surprises. He has been awarded fourteen Michelin stars in his career. Alleno restaurant with 3 ⭐️ has a charming dining room that goes back to 1840 with wooden cladding and beautiful wooden decorated ceiling. The tables are separated by elegant screens tastefully embroidered by Channel. The dinner was the best I ever had in France. Every dish was better than the previous one. Portions were generous for a tasting menu so you need to come hungry. Rating is Outstanding. Two option for Tasting Menu Exploring and Full Experience € 345 pp for the Full Experience
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