Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire One of the most accomplished chefs in the world, Pierre Gagnaire has spent 50 years in the culinary world. He holds three Michelin stars, and was bestowed upon the title of ‘Best Chef in the World’ by industry magazine Le Chef voted by his peers. But he faced many an obstacle on the ... Read More »

Gary Rhodes

Gary Rhodes Gary Rhodes has had a prolific 35-year career as a chef, restaurateur, author and TV show presenter. An ambassador for British cuisine, Rhodes runs numerous restaurants across the world, including two restaurants at The Grosvenor House Hotel, and one at Le Royal Meridian Hotel, both in Dubai, and one at The St Regis ... Read More »

Sanjeev Kapoor

Sanjeev Kapoor Sanjeev Kapoor was one of the first few chefs in India to host a cookery show back in 1993. The show became a cult classic ran for over 18 years; the longest running cookery show in Asia. He later launched his own TV channel, has authored over 150 cookery books and runs several ... Read More »

Vineet Bhatia

Vineet Bhatia Mumbai-born Vineet Bhatia is credited with revolutionising traditional Indian cooking by transforming the classics into modern artistic creations while retaining their essence. After starting his career at the Oberoi hotel group in India, he moved to London in 1993. In 2001, he became the first Indian chef-proprietor to receive the coveted Michelin star ... Read More »

Atul Kochhar

Atul Kochhar Holder of two Michelin stars, Atul Kochhar changed the perception of Indian food in the UK. He creates innovative dishes merging traditional Indian cuisine with British ingredients. He's authored several cookbooks and presented a few TV shows since then, but his most treasured moment was being invited to cook for the queen. He ... Read More »

Alain Ducasse

Alain Ducasse The only chef whose restaurants are enveloped by a constellation of Michelin stars (19 if you're looking for a number), Alain Ducasse is truly a master of gastronomy. When he isn't managing over 24 restaurants in eight countries, he's penning cookery books and passing on his culinary knowledge to aspiring chefs. Last year, ... Read More »

Wolfgang Puck

Wolfgang Puck Wolfgang Puck’s culinary repertoire exceeds far and wide across continents comprising countless restaurants in every part of the world, several Michelin stars, a shelf full of books, a cookware line, and more. His food that is predominantly American with a European sensibility is a regular feature at the Oscars, Grammy’s and Emmy’s. You ... Read More »

Nobu Matsuhisa

Nobu Matsuhisa Having mastered the fine art and precision of Japanese cooking, Michelin-starred chef Nobu Matsuhisa is hailed as one of the best sushi chefs in the world. Growing up in Japan, Matsuhisa harboured the dream of becoming a sushi chef and began his journey as an apprentice at a sushi bar. After years of ... Read More »

Richard Sandoval

Richard Sandoval A pioneer of modern Mexican cuisine, Richard Sandoval carried on his family’s food legacy giving it a contemporary makeover. Born to a restaurateur father in Acapulco, he trained under his wing for many years before setting out on his own. His gastronomic empire extends from New York to Dubai with over 35 restaurants ... Read More »

Marco Pierre White

Marco Pierre White The ever controversial rebel of the culinary world, Marco Pierre White is deemed the ‘Godfather of modern cooking’. He was the youngest Briton to receive three Michelin stars at the young age of 33. But shortly after, at the very pinnacle of his career, he put down his knives and retired as ... Read More »