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  • Published: 7 June 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448147861
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256
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Mange Tout


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"The most exciting comeback since Jesus appeared on the road to Emmaus just hours after the Crucifixion" Giles Coren

Bruno Loubet is a legend in the food world. His cooking is sublime and unique, drawing on the classics of the French bistro menu but with each dish given a modern twist.

Mange Tout
is inspired by his own upbringing and travels, and combines the traditional and familiar with ideas and ingredients taken from around the world. With recipes for his signature dishes including Beetroot ravioli, Maple-crisp duck breast, Indochine braised beef with mango and Prune and armagnac sticky pudding, Bruno offers a delicious mix of accessible and aspirational, all delivered with a dash of Gallic flair.

  • Pub date: 7 June 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448147861
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256
Categories:

About the Author

Bruno Loubet

Born in Bordeaux, Bruno Loubet first came to the UK in 1982 to work for Pierre Koffmann at La Tante Claire. Having been awarded the 1985 Good Food Guide's Young Chef of the Year, he joined Raymond Blanc in Oxford as Head Chef at the two Michelin-starred Manoir aux Quat'Saisons. He returned to London as Head Chef at the Four Seasons, Inn on the Park, where he earned a Michelin star within the year, before opening Bistrot Bruno in Soho (The Times Restaurant of the Year 1993). Following the success of Bistrot Bruno, he opened L'Odeon in 1995 (The Times Restaurant of the Year 1996). In 2001 Bruno moved with his young family to Brisbane, Australia. He returned to London in summer 2009, helping Pierre Koffmann run his near legendary pop-up restaurant on the roof of Selfridges, before opening Bistrot Bruno Loubet at The Zetter Hotel in February 2010.


Praise for Mange Tout

“Bruno Loubet’s return to Britain is the most exciting comeback since Jesus appeared on the road to Emmaus just hours after the Crucifixion and said ‘It ain’t over till it’s over’.”

Giles Coren, The Times

“Welcome back, Bruno, we needed you.”

A.A. Gill, The Sunday Times


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