With a style that's both entertaining and lively, L'Atelier moved Joël Robuchon from fine dining into fun dining. Interaction between diners – seated at a sushi-bar – and chefs, who perform in an open-plan kitchen, was encouraged and kitchen theatre quickly became the rage. That the original remains so popular is largely due to Eric Lecerf and Philippe Braun, two of Robuchon's most trusted lieutenants, who man the Parisian fort while Robuchon trots the globe.
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