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À TABLE IN BEIRUT WITH 3-STAR MICHELIN

“Winning was like being shot out to a whole other galaxy,” says Christophe Bacquié. Since receiving his third Michelin star, Bacquié joined the elite force of the culinary world. Ranked among the top 30 chefs worldwide, he runs an eponymous restaurant in Hotel du Castellet that attracts food enthusiasts with his Mediterranean-influenced dishes. With a buffet of accomplishments to his name, this exclusive interview with Bacquié at the yearly Horeca tradeshow takes the lid off to find out the secret ingredients to his success.

The secret brew to making it big

Looking back on his younger days in Corsica, where he

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