Alain Ducasse at Benoit Bistro

Bio

Alain Ducasse is a chef with – decades in the business, several restaurants under his belt, and an eponymous restaurant group with its hand in everything from actual restaurant operations to consultancy to cooking schools and beyond, he is a verifiable culinary force. However, he hasn’t lost sight of his chef’s core values—after all, they’re a huge part of what carried him this far. “Each good product, grown with love and respect, in its distinctive land, has an incomparable flavour,” he says. “Without which, a chef is nothing.”

Chef
Alain Ducasse
New York, Las Vegas, London, Mayfair, Paris, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, La Celle-en-Provence, ...

Accolades

  • 19 total stars
    Michelin Guide
  • First chef to earn three Michelin stars for three Michelin stars
    for three different restaurants in Monaco, Paris and London
  • Author
    Grand Livre De Cuisine: Alain Ducasse's Culinary Encyclopedia
  • ChefsFeed Winner
    One of the Best Things to Eat in NYC

My Restaurants

Where I Eat

Behind the Scenes

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Italian black pork Culatello ham
"Avez-vous déjà goûté le Culatello de porc noir, perle du jambon italien ? (Re)Découvrez-le en exclusivité à la carte du Dalí pendant les 4 prochains jours... // Have you ever tasted the black pork Culatello, one of Italy's best ham? (Re)Discover it exclusively on the menu of the restaurant le Dalí for the next 4 days... #RestaurantLeDali #AlainDucasse #DucasseParis"
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Baba with Kougelhof, rhum
"Savez-vous qui a créé le Baba ? Le beau-père de Louis XV en versant du vin sur un Kougelhof trop sec ! Aujourd’hui au Rhum, c’est LE dessert du Louis XV – Alain Ducasse à l’Hôtel de Paris. // Do you know who created the Baba? Louis XV’s father-in-law by pouring wine onto a dry Kougelhof… Today with Rhum, is it THE dessert at the Louis XV – Alain Ducasse à l’Hôtel de Paris. #LeLouisXV #RestaurantDucasse #DucasseParis"
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From My Menu

Chef Michel Roux Jr. reviews "Sauté gourmand" of lobster at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
$$$$ | French/Belgian
Mayfair
2 Reviews
"This is one of Alain’s signature dishes and it’s not hard to understand why. The wonderfully succulent lobster will blow your mind. Straight out of the Ducasse stable, a meal at this restaurant is all about elegance and sophistication. Come here on special occasions and if you are looking for a real treat."