Jacques Lameloise

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Jacques Lameloise
Jacques Lameloise.jpg
Born (1947-04-06) April 6, 1947 (age 70)
Residence Chagny
Nationality French
Occupation Chef
Employer Self-employed
Known for Lameloise (3 Michelin stars)
Spouse(s) Nicole

Jacques Lameloise (born April 6, 1947) was the chef de cuisine at the French restaurant Maison Lameloise (usually known as Lameloise) in Chagny, from 1979 until 2008.[1]


The restaurant has a three-star Michelin rating.[2] The cuisine is based on the local cuisine of Burgundy.

Lameloise was the third generation chef to run the restaurant. His grandfather Pierre received a second Michelin star in 1931.[3] His father Jean ran the restaurant from 1944 to 1971 when Jacques took over. In 1979 the restaurant received the third Michelin star (at that time he was the youngest chef with three Michelin stars).

Since 2008 the restaurant is run by Eric Pras.

Lameloise is a graduate of École Supérieure de Cuisine Française (ESCF) - Ferrandi.[4]

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Lameloise à Chagny-en-Bourgogne