- Europe 2022
- France 2021
Denmark wins the Bocuse d'Or 2023, Norway and Hungary respectively Bocuse d'Argent and Bocuse de Bronze
Bocuse d'Or; By a chef, for the chefs
METRO, main partner of the Bocuse d'Or 2023
Dominique Crenn, Honorary President
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Dominique Crenn, who is originally from Brittany, began her culinary apprenticeship in 1988 in San Francisco at Jeremiah Tower and Mark Franz's restaurant Stars. She then became the first woman executive chef in Indonesia when she worked at the Intercontinental Hotel in Jakarta. In 2009, upon her return to San Francisco, she was awarded her first star while working at Luce*. Her dream came true in 2011 when she opened the restaurant Atelier Crenn*** where she expressed a contemporary ode to cuisine. In 2018, she became the first woman to receive three Michelin stars in the United States.
The perfect embodiment of the values of international opening, feminism, excellence and modernity in cooking, Dominique Crenn is the ideal chef to be the Honorary President of the Bocuse d'Or Grand Finale.
Bocuse d'Or 2023: Education for "healthy eating" at the heart of a new test
France wins the 2021 Bocuse d'Or
The French and Thai candidates confide themselves
Three teams testify before the Grand Final
The take away: an event in tune with the times
The commis: a valuable role and a springboard prize
Daily products: That's also part of the Bocuse d'Or!
Jérôme Bocuse: "This edition of the Bocuse d'Or is the most awaited"
Bocuse d'Or 2021, reflecting a changing culinary world
Bocuse d'Or Europe 2024: Come to Trondheim, Norway's culinary capital, on 19th and 20th March
Bocuse d'Or Europe 2022: Hungary hosts the prestigious competition on March 23rd and 24th, 2022
Bocuse d'Or Europe 2022: The plate theme unveiled
Participating countries and theme unveiled
Hungary will host the Final of the Bocuse d'Or Europe for the second time March 23 & 24, as part of Sirha Budapest