Boullault Thomas, One Star Chef

Boullault Thomas, One Star Chef

Thomas Boullault

Chef, One Star

Restaurant L’Arôme
Style : French Gastronomy, precision, creativity and modernity
Born in a universe where gluttony is in order, Thomas Boullault proclaims since childhood that he wants to be a cook. His father gets him a place at the Head of Bacon at Ferté Imbault on a New Year’s Eve and he will finally stay there for two years. The CAP in his pocket, he joined the Auberge de Lanthenay where he discovered a more elaborate cuisine. He takes advantage of it to pass his BEP before continuing for two more years.
He then decides to attempt the adventure in Paris and thanks to his nerve manages to take down, in record time, a position in the brigade of Philippe Legendre who has just joined the George V.
It is the discovery of luxury, palace kitchen and a gigantic brigade. After some time in Switzerland, he returned to Paris to participate in the adventure of the Sixteen to Sixteen. Then he went to the Royal Monceau as a second chef: he stayed there for four years.
In September 2007, he crossed the road of Eric Martins which offers him the place of head of L’Arôme. He had vowed to get a star at 30 years, at 28 years and a few months it is done.
Today it offers simple cooking and a very personal card where each creation has a meaning, where the balance of each dish is made around a flavor that it deliberately contradicts by another.

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