Hot Kitchens Far From Home

With the world of culinary cuisine changing shape as often as the latest fashion trends, it can be hard to keep up with which kitchens our favorite celebrity chefs are heating up these days.

To add to the already long list of “must-try” haute new restaurants, we bring you the Parisian talents of Chef Pierre Gagnaire. Later this year Gagnaire will debut in America at the Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas. With Michelin-star restaurants operating in Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong, London, and South Korea, the celebri-chef knows a thing or two about pleasing the palettes of fine dining connoisseurs. Though his new stateside baby still remains nameless, the menu is sure to feature some of the Frenchman’s defining specialties like frog-leg soup garnished with mullet-roe caviar, algae, and Dutch gin.

And while we will welcome the European with open arms and hungry tummies, we will pay close attention to Daniel Rose stint as an American in Paris when he opens the doors on his restaurant, Spring, in a new larger location in France’s raffiné First Arrondissement.

The 31-year-old Chicago native, who has chopped on blocks in Guatemala and Japan first opened Spring in the Montmartre section of Paris three years ago. Even with room for only 16 diners, the original Spring was a hit with the haute in the City of Lights.

Haute Living sends best wishes to both Gagnaire and Rose on their latest culinary adventures.

Via Robb Report