Posted 7/16/2012 - 8:48:38 AM
SAN FRANCISCO—Executive Chef Romuald Feger of The St. Regis San Francisco has earned the title of Maître Cuisinier de France or “Master Chef of France.”
Known as one the most coveted titles chefs aspire to attain, the accolade was awarded to Chef Feger for his "craftsmanship and professional excellence."
Maîtres Cuisiniers de France are often given the highest classification in restaurant guides and are regularly mentioned in the world’s leading food and travel publications. The distinction places Chef Feger within an esteemed network of chefs and in the forefront of the French culinary arts.
Said Chef Feger: “French fare, in its traditions and its evolution remains one of the world’s most sophisticated cuisines and I am honored to serve as an ambassador for both its preservation and advancement.”
Chef Feger brings 15 years of haute cuisine experience and training in some of the world’s leading restaurants and hotels to his position as executive chef of The St. Regis San Francisco. Currently, he oversees cuisine at Vitrine restaurant—a 74-seat restaurant located on the fourth floor of the hotel that serves full breakfast and lunch menus, as well as all in-room dining, custom fine-dining menus for events and personalized catering for St. Regis Residence owners.
Chef Feger previously served as executive chef at The St. Regis Resort Bora Bora, where he oversaw all culinary operations for the resort and its three on-site restaurants, including Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Lagoon. Other assignments of Chef Feger included positions at Hôtel du Palais de la Méditerranée in Nice, France; Le Château du Domaine St. Martin in Vence, France, and Restaurant Le Cirque in New York.