Guillaume Lebrun

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Guillaume Lebrun
Born rural France
Nationality French
Occupation Chef
Employer Patrick Guilbaud
Known for Michelin star

Guillaume Lebrun is a French head chef in the Michelin starred Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud in Dublin, Ireland.

He was born in rural France, as son of a baker.[1] He wanted to do something with food later in life but taking over the bakery was impossible, due to an allergy to flour so he started training to become chef. He learned and worked his way up to a two-star restaurant in Paris. Then he got his lucky break and came in contact with Patrick Guilbaud, who at that time was looking for a chef for his new restaurant in Ireland.[2]

In 1981 Lebrun arrived in Dublin to work in Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud. There he had a difficult start, but Guilbaud prevented him from leaving.

Lebrun's signature dishes include Lobster Ravioli, Roast Challans Duck for two and Assiette Gourmande au Chocolat.[3]


  • Lebrun is not a celebrity chef like many other Michelin starred chefs. He believes that chefs should be invisible.[4]
  • His hobbies are pigeon shooting, fishing and paintings.[2]
  • Lebrun is married to an Irish woman and has three bilingual children.[2]



  1. ^ Slater Design. "Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud: Guillaume Lebrun". Retrieved 2012-04-03. 
  2. ^ a b c "Guillaume Lebrun". Food and Wine. Retrieved 2012-04-03. 
  3. ^ NetAffinity. "Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud". Retrieved 2012-04-03. 
  4. ^ Independent Woman (2010-04-30). "Column Kevin Myers". Retrieved 2012-04-03. 
  5. ^ a b "Michelin Online Republic of Ireland". Archived from the original on 2011-10-10. Retrieved 2012-04-03.