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Who's the new chef at the Langham? Meet Savoy protege David Feau


When the Langham Huntington, Pasadena reopens its renamed and extensively remodeled dining room in October, chef David Féau will man the stoves.

Féau, 39, a protégé of French chef Guy Savoy, was most recently the corporate executive chef of the Patina Restaurant Group’s culinary operations on the West Coast. A native of Le Mans, France, he earlier was the chef at the New York City institution Lutèce and its satellite Las Vegas location.

Read more about David Feau at the Daily Travel & Deal Blog.

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Was fortunate to experience his culinary wizardry at the Patina Chef's table back in 2008 for a business dinner. Blew me away! Best meal I've ever eaten, period. Couldn't understand why I hadn't heard of him before, but I guess Joachim Splichal's ego doesn't leave a lot of room. When I went back again later with friends, they'd moved him to another restaurant. It was obvious.

Great to see he's moved on to a new environment where he'll get the attention he deserves and we can enjoy him consistently!


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