Mansion Hires New Executive Chef

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    Paul Taylor
    The Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek is set to name Bruno Davaillon to be executive chef at the prestigious dining destination.

    The Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek is set to name Bruno Davaillon to be executive chef at the prestigious dining destination.

    French born Davaillon's last position was at Mix inside the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, where he lead his team to bag a Michelin star in both 2008 and 2009.

    SideDish's Nancy Nichols thinks that's quite a coup, she doesn't remember if Dallas has ever had a Michelin star chef before this...

    Full press is below:

    The Mansion’s Tradition of Culinary Excellence Continues: Announcing New Executive Chef Bruno Davaillon

    DALLAS – (Sept. 17, 2009) – Dallas’ most iconic restaurant has named a new executive chef to continue its legendary hospitality and culinary excellence. Bruno Davaillon has been hired as the new executive chef of Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek and will make his culinary debut in Dallas at the beginning of November.

    Chef Davaillon comes to Dallas from his most recent post as executive chef at Alain Ducasse’s Mix at THEhotel at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Under his five-year leadership, Mix was awarded a Michelin star in both 2008 and 2009. Davaillon is a native of the Loire Valley in France and has gained considerable experience cooking in some of the world’s most legendary kitchens.

    “After a thoughtful search and careful consideration, we invited Bruno to become the new executive chef of The Mansion and he proudly accepted,” said Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Managing Director Duncan Graham. “He is quite drawn to The Mansion’s culinary history and reputation and has a great deal of respect for both. We’re delighted to have him.”

    Chef Davaillon is passionate about using the best of breed ingredients and draws inspiration from seasonal offerings, which he prepares simply, going directly to the flavor.

    “Yes, I am French, but I love American culinary innovation and I’m always curious about what I can do with beautiful American meat, fish and produce,” Davaillon said.

    Chef Davaillon is also eager to embrace the Dallas community as a whole, as well as the chef community.

    “I enjoyed Mix but I miss having regular customers who will come back and try different menu items,” Davaillon said. “I love talking to people and sharing their appreciation for food.”

    The Mansion Restaurant has been delighting guests for more than 29 years. The proud tradition of culinary excellence and exquisite service will continue as Chef Bruno Davaillon leads The Mansion’s talented culinary team to give guests the most inviting, approachable and valuable dining experience in Texas.