Alleno was born in Puteaux into a family of chefs and was passionate about cooking from a young age, helping his mother in the kitchen. In 1984 he trained in hotel management at the Lycée Santos-Dumont de Saint-Cloud where he finished first in his class and then became an apprentice in pastry in 1986 at the Hotel Lutetia. He continued his training at the Royal Monceau, Hôtel Meurice, Drouant restaurant at the Hôtel Scribe, etc.
In 2003 he became head of the restaurant of the Hôtel Meurice at 228 rue de Rivoli in the 1st arrondissement of Paris at the head of a brigade of 74 people. In 2004 the Michelin Guide awarded him his second star.
In 2007, at the age of 40, Alléno was let into the circle of the greatest chefs in the world by being awarded three Michelin stars.
In 2008, he founded the company Groupe Yannick Alléno, which aims to disseminate concepts and luxury products internationally. That year, he took the reins of the restoration of Cheval Blanc in Courchevel.
- "Yannick Alléno". Le Meurice. Retrieved December 16, 2010.
- 2006 : Quatre saisons à la table N5 du Meurice, Yannick Alléno et Kazuko Masui, Éditions Glénat
- 2009 : 101 créations, Yannick Alléno co-écrit par Kazuko Masui, Éditions Glénat – Prix spécial du jury 2010 Pierre-Christian Taittinger – Antonin Carême
- 2009 : Le carnet des tapas des montagnes, Yannick Alléno, Éditions Glénat
- 2010 : Terroir parisien, Yannick Alléno, photos de Jean-François Mallet, Éditions Laymon – Prix La Mazille Beau Livre
- 2013 : http://www.gastroenophile.com/2013/01/yannick-alleno-makes-jump-from-le.html
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