Highly successful Michelin star chef, Bruno Loubet was born in Bordeaux, southwest France, in 1961. His training in France led him to his extensive career in Australia and England, working in a plethora of acclaimed restaurants with top chefs, earning a Michelin star along the way.
Chef Loubets’ training was at the Lycée Hotelier de Talence, which led to his first job as a Commis Chef at the Hyatt Regency in Brussels. Moving to London in 1982, he embarked on a Commis Chef role at La Tante Claire with Pierre Koffmann.
Having been awarded the 1985 Good Food Guide’s Young Chef of the Year joined Raymond Blanc in Oxford as Head Chef at the two Michelin-starred Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. Having then moved to London’s Four Seasons, Inn on the Park, he had earned a Michelin star within a year.
After a few years in Australia, Bruno returned to London and now has two restaurants in the city, the long-established Bistro Bruno and the recently opened Grain Store, with his business partners, Mark
- 1 Michelin star, Four Seasons, Inn on the Park
- The Times Restaurant of the Year, 1995
- The Times Restaurant of the Year, Bistrot Bruno, 1993
- Good Food Guide’s Young Chef of the Year, 1985
Sainsbury and Michael Benya.
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