Ludo Lefebvre

Ludo Lefebvre Will Play His Vulgar French Rap Music, Thank You Very Much

At Trois Mec, the chef plugs the jukebox
Jul 2, 2013 12:01 pm

“I want to play the music that I play in my house, and if you come to my house, I put on rap. And it’s French rap.” I’ve called Los Angeles chef Ludo Lefebvre to not necessarily talk about Trois Mec, his new Hancock Park restaurant with the guys from Animal. I’ve not dined there, but I've read some pretty promising reviews. I've also read that the music is totally nasty. Ludo fills us in.

Chef Ludo Found Your New Foie Gras, California!

Ludo on foie, Trois Mec, The Taste, bespoke aprons
Mar 13, 2013 4:01 pm

Ludo Lefebvre talks about his new upcoming restaurant, his friends from The Taste and reveals the best subsitute for foie gras, right this way...

Ludo Lefebvre Cooked For Movie Stars, May Become A TV Star

Fresh from Sundance, he's on tonight's The Taste
Jan 22, 2013 5:01 pm
Ludo Lefebvre and Julie Delpy
Photo: Getty Images for Samsung

Ludo Lefebvre spent the weekend cooking for celebs at Sundance. After the premiere of Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson's The Taste on ABC tonight, Ludo, who is one of the show's four judges, may be a celeb himself. Here, he tells us what went down at the Samsung Galaxy Lounge, whether he actually saw any films and whether Bourdain is food's answer to Simon Cowell.

What's Cooking At Sundance?

Big chefs cook for major celebs at the film fest
Jan 22, 2013 12:01 pm

Way up in the mountains of Park City, Utah, Hollywood's élite stars, agents, media moguls and their requisite hangers-on (hey, Paris Hilton!) are partying, screening films, partying some more, and, it turns out, eating very well. Just like every other festival these days that doesn't have food in front of it, Sundance is incorporating big-name chefs, culinary trends and copious food and booze brands into the mix. Here's what's been happening food-wise at Sundance, including a hunger-inducing menu by Animal.  

Ludo Lefebvre: Don't Call It A Pop-Up II

Ludo Bites America chef is back, spilling on Sifton
Jul 26, 2011 10:00 am
photo: bunnicula on Flickr

In the first part of our interview with Ludo Lefebvre during his recent swing through New York City, we found out that the Los Angeles pop-up chef and television personality has a thing for North Carolina barbecue (vinegar!) and sees himself falling somewhere between Gordon Ramsay or Jacques Pépin on the Television Chef A-Hole MeterOur conversation continued at Rum House, a quiet little hotel bar off Times Square. The drinks were strong.  

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