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Celeb Chef Details Beverly Hills Debut

Daniel Boulud’s latest restaurant being designed by Marc Ange

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Café Boulud Beverly Hills rendering. Courtesy of BerlinRosen

Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Daniel Boulud has unveiled additional details about his first West Coast restaurant, Café Boulud Beverly Hills. The new locale is being designed by the Artistic Director Marc Ange and is slated to debut in late 2023 at the Mandarin Oriental Residences Beverly Hills.

The Café Boulud brand is especially meaningful for the chef, as it’s named after the original Café Boulud started on his family’s farm outside of Lyon, France, by his great-grandparents. Boulud’s rendition of this heritage is focused on four inspirations: La Tradition – the classic dishes of French cooking; La Saison – the seasonal specialties of the market; Le Potager – the vegetable garden; and Le Voyage – the exotic flavors of the world’s great cuisines.

“I have been visiting Los Angeles for more than 30 years and have many fond memories from filming a TV series, After Hour, with chefs and restaurants across the city many years ago,” Boulud said in a news release. “I always teased Wolfgang [Puck] that if he opened a restaurant in New York, I would open a restaurant in LA. After the opening of Cut at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, this is a promise delivered.

“Café Boulud Beverly Hills will be able to take advantage of the fresh, vibrant market, which I am looking forward to sourcing local produce from and is the foundation for the city’s thriving culinary scene.”

Boulud will also operate a private dining service, Boulud Prive, for the 54 units and rooftop pool terrace at the Mandarin Oriental Residences Beverly Hills. The new Bouloud restaurant will join existing establishments in Toronto, the Bahamas, Blantyre and New York.

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