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Monique Feybesse Biography – Monique Feybesse Wiki
Monique Feybesse is the Chef and Owner of Tarts de Feybesse. Prior to launching Tartes de Feybesse, she cooked at high-end restaurants in California, Copenhagen, and New York.
A San Francisco native, Chef Monique Feybesse began her career in 2007 when she graduated from the California Culinary Academy and joined the opening team at Madera restaurant at Rosewood Sand Hill and at Masa’s in San Francisco.
In 2013, she booked a one-way ticket to Copenhagen and earned a position at Geranium Restaurant under Bocuse d’Or Legend Rasmus Kofoed. She later relocated to Paris as part of the opening team of Chef Yannick Alleno’s Pavillon Ledoyen, which earned three Michelin stars within their first year.
Her resume also includes Atera in New York and Ninebark in Napa Valley, under Chef Matthew Lightner. After moving back to the Bay Area to start a family in 2016, Monique became Chef de Cuisine of Cavallo Point’s Murray Circle restaurant later leading the culinary department at Robert Sinskey Vineyards.
Monique Feybesse Top Chef
Chef Monique Feybesse is competing on Season 19 of “Top Chef,” the mega-popular Bravo TV cooking competition.
Monique Feybesse Age
Chef Monique Feybesse’s age is unclear. She was born in San Francisco.
Monique Feybesse Husband
Monique Feybesse is married to her husband Paul Feybesse, who is also a chef. He is also the Chef and Owner of Tarts de Feybesse. Paul Feybesse and Monique Feybesse met while working at Geranium, the rarefied Copenhagen restaurant that was the first in Denmark to receive three Michelin stars. They married in 2015.
Chef Paul Feybesse hails from Paris and the Lozere region of France where he attributes his love for food and cooking. In 2009, he joined the star team at Le Meurice when led by Yannick Alleno, his future mentor, opening Cheval Blanc Courchevel and after helping lead the team at Alleno au Pavillon Ledoyen to their first three Michelin stars in 2014. He has also trained under some of the most acclaimed chefs in the world such as Rasmus Kofoed at Geranium in Copenhagen and Alain Ducasse in Louis XV in Monaco. In 2015, Paul won the title as San Pellegrino Best Young Chef in France and was a finalist for San Pellegrino Best Young Chef in the world. Most recently, he has worked under Corey Lee and Brandon Rodgers at In Situ in San Francisco.
Monique Feybesse Family
She and her husband have two sons.
Monique Feybesse Instagram
Monique Feybesse’s Instagram handle is @moniquefeybesse.