From his glass cube suspended at the foot of the mountains overlooking the town of Menton, the Italian-Argentinian chef smiles wide. With the reopening of Mirazur, Mauro Colagreco will finally be able to indulge his clients’ deepest desires and share what he has been dreaming up since earning his third Michelin star. On January 21st in Paris, the famous guide attributed the ultimate prize to the culinary artist who became history’s first foreign toque to join the ultra-closed circle of three-starred chefs in France.
During the winter break, the Mirazur put beauty first. So what should we expect from the new set up? First revolution: the number of tables has been reduced from 15 to 12 for more comfort and optimized service. On the kitchen side, Mauro Colagreco, who has been on site for 12 years, had a wood oven installed to accommodate new recipes. Finally, some new recruits are expected to bolster service in room and in the kitchen. If the renovations were already planned before the release of the Michelin guide, there is no doubt that these amenities will seduce even more lucky diners who are eager to find the intrepid Menton chef’s refined and colorful plates!
*Article originally published on the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.
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