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NY's famed Four Seasons restaurant gets new chef

NY's famed Four Seasons restaurant gets new chef

New York's famed Four Seasons restaurant, which invented the "power lunch," is making news in the food world: The 50-year-old Manhattan establishment has a new executive chef.
He's Italian, 35 years old and already a star of international kitchens.
Fabio Trabocchi was most recently the executive chef at New York's Fiamma. Before that he worked in Washington, D.C., at Maestro, a Washington Post four-star restaurant. He won a James Beard Foundation Best Chef Mid Atlantic award in 2006, shortly after arriving in the United States.
Trabocchi will start stirring the pots at The Four Seasons next week. But it won't be until later in the fall that his new menus will make their debut.
The restaurant lost its longtime chef, Christian Albin, to cancer last June.


Updated : 2021-10-23 01:05 GMT+08:00