Another award wining chef is embracing the vegetable kingdom with his new restaurant.
Alain Ducasse, Joan Roca and Massimo Bottura will be turning leftover scraps from the Olympic Village into nutritious meals for the homeless in Rio.
The man behind Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy creates world class wonders and serves them up with a dash of humor.
The award-winning chef is set to make a return to the Big Apple with a new as-yet unnamed restaurant.
The famous Michelin-starred chef opens a new contemporary cafe in the Palace .
This new collection uses simplicity as its core to establish continuity between the kitchen and the dining room.
After giving up meat for vegetables in 2001, the Michelin-starred chef will pick up the Lifetime Achievement Award for his dedication.
French food dominates this list by international restaurant critic community – Opinionated About Dining
The renowned chef sets up a space in the Les Halles area of Paris for traditional brasserie cuisine with a new twist.
This year, Ducasse and Le Cinq are the only two chefs awarded the prized third stars by the Michelin Guide in 2016.
Star chef Alain Ducasse’s new Las Vegas restaurant has been given an opening date.
Karl Lagerfeld has created a very feminine Christmas cake for Ducasse’s Tokyo-based eatery Beige.
Anne-Sophie Pic, the only female French chef to achieve a three-star Michelin rating, plans to open a new restaurant in New York in 2015.
Alain Ducasse has created a special nine-course menu to fete the 30th anniversary of his restaurant Le Jules Verne at the Eiffel Tower.
NASA has awarded a contract to Hénaff, a Breton company that produces tinned paté, to package a specialty French menu created by Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse that will then be sent into space
Globally acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse is taking over management of the kitchens at Le Meurice hotel in Paris, part of the Dorchester Collection of hotels.
Alain Ducasse has thrown his chef’s hat into the Parisian chocolate scene with a bean-to-chocolate store that will open this week.
Legendary French chef Alain Ducasse has invited 200 of the world’s top chefs to a culinary summit in Monte Carlo celebrating Mediterranean inspired cuisine.
French culinary titans Daniel Boulud, Alain Ducasse and Guy Savoy will share the stage August 28 as judges on the US cooking reality show MasterChef.
Fancy a piece of the Eiffel Tower for the dining room? Furniture once used in the high-end eatery “the Jules Verne” will go under the hammer in September.