David Myers (American chef)

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David Myers is an American-born, Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur. Myers is based in Los Angeles, but work in his restaurants in Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai. Myers was born in Boston, and grew up in Cincinnati.[1]

Myers opened his first restaurant Sona (Los Angeles), which went on to earn a Michelin star,[1] along with accolades such as Best New Chef by Food & Wine magazine, James Beard nominations for Rising Star Chef and Best Chef – Pacific in 2008 and 2009 and Restaurant of the Year by Angeleno magazine.

Myers subsequently opened Pizzeria Ortica in Costa Mesa; French bistro Comme Ҫa in Los Angeles and Las Vegas; the David Myers Café in Tokyo; Sola, a patisserie in Tokyo; and Hinoki & The Bird in Los Angeles.

Myers has also opened Adrift in Singapore,[2] Salt Water in Tokyo, AnOther Place in Hong Kong, Salt Water Kitchen in Nagoya; and 72 Degrees in Ginza.

Myers has made numerous TV appearances on shows such as Iron Chef America, The Today Show, The Early Show, MSNBC’s Your Business, Top Chef, Master Chef US, Master Chef China and Hell’s Kitchen.

In 2017, Myers BASTA!, Bleu Blanc and Poppy at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Dubai.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hallock, Betty (May 13, 2010). "David Myers' culinary empire in flux". LA Times. Retrieved 13 February 2018.
  2. ^ Cheong, Germaine (June 11, 2016). "Adrift by David Myers East meets West at this Marina Bay Sands restaurant". The Peak Magazine. Retrieved 13 February 2018.

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