Yannick Alleno, three-Michelin-starred chef becomes the latest Ambassador of Hublot.
Have you visited Cheval Blanc Courchevel? The resort’s crowning jewel where Yannick Alléno has been in charge of the culinary offering for the last eight years, with the Le Triptyque restaurant and, famously, the Le 1947 restaurant. It is within this intimate refuge – with just 22 covers – that the chef explores the range of his talent, and his palate, striving to bring a contemporary edge to the culinary heritage of Haute-Savoie. From his minutely detailed preparation to his immaculately presented plates, the unexpected — sometimes unique — pairings are all infused with the purest emotion.
“Hublot is proud to welcome chef Yannick Alléno into the Hublot Family. As a chef, as a celebrity, and as a man, he perfectly embodies the values so dear to Hublot: passion, excellence and commitment, the desire to define new codes and to elevate a country’s heritage to new heights.”
Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot
Coming from a family of bistro owners, Yannick Alléno’s passion for cooking dates back to his earliy years. In 2013, the Parisian chef created the Cuisine Moderne movement, a revolutionary and visionary approach to the culinary arts andthe base for which he outlined in several works in the Réflexions d’un cuisinier (Reflections of a Chef) collection. Now the head of sixteen restaurants across the world, two of which have been awarded three Michelin stars — Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc Courchevel and Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris — Yannick Alléno brings his focus on local produce and contemporary flair to four continents. He perfectly embodies the values so dear to Hublot: passion, excellence and commitment.
“I am truly honoured to have joined the Hublot Family and to represent the culinary arts within this pool of excellence. Our profession often relies on precision timing, and we share with watchmaking the fundamental values of tradition and innovation.”
Yannick Alléno, three Michelin star chef