Daniel Rose (chef)
Daniel Rose is an American-born Paris-based chef.
Originally from Wilmette, Illinois, Rose moved to France for undergraduate studies at the American University of Paris. He spent a year at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon. He apprenticed at the Bruneau Restaurant, a once three-star in Brussels, and worked at the luxurious Hotel Meurice with Yannick Alléno.
Rose opened his restaurant Spring in Paris in 2006. It immediately drew enthusiastic reviews from the Michelin guide and Le Figaro, a leading French newspaper. Rose’s approach is to use seasonal produce and cook for small groups, seeking to create a tranquil dining experience.
In summer 2010, Spring relocated to a new location near the Louvre. The new space, located in the first arrondissement is almost 10 times the size of the previous location. Co-chef is Rose's girlfriend Marie-Aude Mery.
Rose is also working on a series for PBS about food and cooking in France.
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