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{travel inspiration | places : kei restaurant, paris}



{travel inspiration | places : kei restaurant, paris}

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After his first experience with French cuisine in Japan, chef Kei Kobayashi moved to France to explore the French provinces and to learn more about and gain a better understanding of French gastronomy.  He eventually moved to Paris, where he learned haute gastronomy with the famous chef Alain Ducasse.

{travel inspiration | places : kei restaurant, paris}

After seven years working with Ducasse, a 3 Michelin-starred chef, at the Plaza Athenée restaurant, Kei became a master in Parisian cuisine.  At Kei Restaurant, you will find Saumon crème d’oseille acidulée, légumes crus et cuits / Salmon with a bitter sorrel cream, raw and cooked vegetables; Bouillon de champignons et quenelles de crevettes, ciboulettes et gingembre / Mushroom broth with shrimp, quenelles, chives and ginger; Côte de veau juste saisie, caviar d’aubergine et herbes / Seared veal, eggplant, caviar, and herbs — just to name a few . . .

{p.s.} recently, Le Laurent, Paris & other places x

[images : scan, from the book, j’aime paris by alain ducasse // photography by pierre monetta]