Honorary Co-Presidents

Jérôme Bocuse
Manager of the Paul Bocuse group

After completing studies at the Culinary Institute of America in the U.S., Jérôme Bocuse was admitted to the International School of Hospitality in Miami, Florida, where he pursued management studies. After graduating, he began working at the France pavilion of Walt Disney World’s Epcot theme park in Orlando, Florida. His father was one of the main shareholders of the pavilion, which includes two restaurants, an authentic French bakery, and shops selling ice cream and other treats. A few years later, he succeeded his father and took over the business. Brilliantly proving that a person’s worth is not measured in years, the young chef also became president of the Bocuse d’Or world chef championship and took on many new responsibilities as the manager of the Paul Bocuse group. Today, he stands as the proud successor of Paul Bocuse, a true giant of the culinary arts.

Christophe Muller
Chef de cuisine at Auberge du Pont de Collonges

Born in Alsace, Christophe Muller honed his skills at the Auberge de l’Ill, a restaurant boasting three Michelin stars and owned by the Haeberlin family. Afterwards, he manned the stoves at the Auberge Paul Bocuse before moving on to Taillevent restaurant in Paris. He then performed his military service at the Hôtel de Matignon, the official residence of the Prime Minister, before returning to work permanently at the Auberge Paul Bocuse in 1995. Five years later, he earned the prestigious title of Meilleur Ouvrier de France and received many other accolades for his outstanding work. Today, he remains loyal to the Bocuse group, overseeing the kitchens of the Auberge while acting as an advisor to the organization.

JÉRÔME BOCUSE and CHRISTOPHE MULLER
AUBERGE DU PONT DE COLLONGES and GROUPE BOCUSE

February 24 to 26

Welcomed in MAISON BOULUD

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