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Chefs of The Signature at MGM Grand

The chefs behind the best restaurants around The Signature at MGM Grand of Las Vegas, Nevada have their own philosophy when it comes to making the best gourmet food. Take a look at what makes them truly amazing chefs!

Chef Joël Robuchon

“I constantly strive; my work is a permanent research, my permanent obsession with the quality of one’s labor.” – Joël Robuchon

Chef Joël Robuchon is well known for his Joël Robuchon Restaurant and L’Atelier De Joël Robuchon. A veteran in French cuisine and fine dining service, Chef Joël Robuchon has garnered numerous awards through the years. According to the 2016 Michelin Guide, Chef Joël Robuchon is the highest ranked chef in the world with over 30 Michelin stars.

Chef Ho Chee Boon

“My traditional approach combined with Hakkasan’s modernized philosophy redefines the art of gourmet Chinese cuisine.” – Chef Ho Chee Boon

As the International Executive Chef of all Hakkasan Restaurants world-wide, Chef Ho Chee Boon has a lot of responsibilities on his plate. He also has a lot of awards including the 2015 Best Asian Restaurant Award from the Southern Nevada Concierge Association and the 2015 Best Fine Dining Award from the Best of Las Vegas.

Chef Wolfgang Puck

“Good food connects us all. To me, food is pleasure and fun to be enjoyed with family and friends.” – Chef Wolfgang Puck

Owning restaurants under his name all across the globe, Chef Wolfgang Puck also owns awards such as the Best Celebrity Chef Award granted by the InVegas Magazine Awards and the 2011 Best Award of Excellence from the Wine Spectator.

Chef Tom Colicchio

“You have to know the classics if you want to cook modern food.” – Chef Tom Colicchio

More known for his appearances in television programs like Top Chef, Tom Colicchio has craftsteak restaurants all over the United States of America. His Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak at The Signature at MGM Grand won the 2016 Best Award of Excellence from the Wine Spectator and has a three-star rating in Forbes Travel Guide.

Chef Emeril Lagasse

“My cooking style is what I call ‘New New Orleans.’ It’s inspired by the different cultures that have influenced Louisiana culture including Asian, Portuguese, and Southwestern cuisines.” –Chef Emeril Lagasse

While at The Signature at MGM Grand, you can try out Chef Emeril Lagasse’s signature Southwestern dishes by visiting Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House. The said restaurant has a 3-diamond approval rating from the American Automobile Association and was an awardee of the 2016 Best Award of Excellence from the Wine Spectator.

Chef Emeril Lagasse, together with his wife, created the Emeril Lagasse Foundation, a charity work which aims to inspire and aid aspiring youths to achieve their dream in culinary arts.

Chef Masaharu Morimoto

“No rules. Don’t be afraid to do whatever you want. Cooking doesn’t have to have rules. I don’t like it that way.” – Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Fondly called the Iron Chef and best known for his Japanese television cooking show called Iron Chef, Chef Masaharu Morimoto has brought his Japanese fusion cuisine to the deserts of Nevada through his restaurant Morimoto Las Vegas. He has also published a cookbook titled Morimoto: The Art of Japanese Cooking back in 2007.

Enjoy the masterpieces of these chefs more often by living at The Signature at MGM Grand!

MGM Signature by The Brooks Team
145 East Harmon Avenue Suite # 3802, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 805-0808