Before joining L'Atelier - Bangkok, award-winning chef Olivier Limousi...n has been with L'Atelier - London since its launch in 2006, where he gained two Michelin stars. He previously opened La Table de Joël Robuchon in Paris in 2003 - two Michelin stars - and participated to the opening of L’Atelier - Paris. Totally, Olivier has been working for Joël Robuchon for the last 12 years.
Olivier started his career in Paris at the age of 18 ; Le Bellecour - one Michelin star - followed by L’Amphycles - two Michelin stars - where he entered as commis and made all his way up to the sous-chef position. He then moved to Le Taillevent - 3 Michelin stars - before returning back to Le Bellecour as Chef de cuisine and where he gained his first Michelin star.
Olivier, is a very dedicated chef and has been involved in several TV cooking programs such as “Bon appetit bien sur,” “Cartes postales gourmandes” and “Master chef UK ” as a judge for the semifinal. Philanthropist at heart, Olivier never stop reminding his fellow coworkers that the core of our business is to "give some pleasure” to our guests.
Born and raised in the Champagne region of France, Quentin's hunger for learning has taken him to London, Paris, Melbourne and Singapore. He has worked for some of the biggest names in the hospitality industry, including Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athene, Paris and managed the French fine dining of Mandarin Oriental Bangkok – Le Normandie
Quentin has a meticulous attention to detail and is committed to excellence. Always ready for a new challenge, nothing makes him happier than discovering innovative new products and ideas to share with his customers and team.
The aspect Quentin prefers of L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon is the conviviality that emerges from the specific layout of high stools facing both the open kitchen and the service team.
Originally from Asturias - Northern Spain – Jordan started his career at the age of 19, working for over a year in a wine bar. This is where it all started as he encountered the “world of wine”. Since then he studied and worked on his knowledge in a very autodidactic way.
From 2000 and until 2011 he worked in a few Michelin Star restaurants such a Real Balneario, or Koldo Miranda, and in his spare time, Jordan also volunteered as jury member in different Sommelier’s competitions in Spain.
In August 2011 he moved to London; interested first in discovering Japanese cuisine and sake, he spent a year working at Roka Canary Wharf, a well-known restaurant of this capital. This is where Jordan discovered the new concept of Mr. Robuchon: L’Atelier. He spent the next 3 years working and gaining experiences, studying for his Sommelier Diploma in his free time. His dream is to become one day Master of Wine; one of the highest distinction possible in the wine trade.
Jordan is now glad to be in Bangkok discovering a new market, new flavors, and a new style of life.