Under the Toque: Robuchon trades in Parisian Mecca for more relaxed dining

Under the Toque: Robuchon trades in Parisian Mecca for more relaxed dining

Chef Joël Robuchon “retired” a decade ago, but he keeps opening restaurants. Since closing his top-rated Paris restaurant Jamin, he has opened more casual, but still upscale, L’Atelier restaurants in eight locations around the globe.

He is in the process of opening a L’Atelier in Taipei, Taiwan, and discussing expanding his U.S. operations beyond New York and Las Vegas with possible outlets in Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles. In his new role running a mini chain he is happi

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