Recent Examples of haute cuisine from the Web
Restaurants like Lyle’s in London, Septime in Paris, and Fleet in Byron Bay, Australia, to name a few, are redefining haute cuisine.
From lunchbox standards to haute cuisine, this golden condiment keeps popping up again and again, shapeshifting to meet the needs of a particular sandwich.
For decades, while making his name serving haute cuisine and baking crusty breads, the chef David Bouley has also been exploring — through travels and research — how the pleasure of good food made with the right ingredients can benefit health.
Le Cep aimed for a higher level of haute cuisine at higher prices, but closed Sept. 8 after a three-year run.
The cocktail bar, in the space formerly occupied by the haute cuisine restaurant Les Ambassadeurs, has its entrance just next to the front door, so people can come and go without parading across the lobby.
The current flag bearer of native haute cuisine is Mathias Dahlgren, whose Matsalen and Matbaren at the Grand Hôtel have been awarded two and one Michelin stars, respectively.
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Origin and Etymology of haute cuisine
First Known Use: 1928See Words from the same year
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