Restaurateur Guilbaud sues chef Olivier Quenet over rent

The French chef presides over the country’s only two-star Michelin restaurant

18th December, 2016
Restaurateur Guilbaud sues chef Olivier Quenet over rent
Patrick Guilbaud is taking legal action against fellow Dublin restauranteur Oliver Quenet Pic: Feargal Ward

Patrick Guilbaud, Ireland’s most celebrated restaurateur, has lodged a High Court action against one of his former chefs.

The French chef, who presides over the country’s only two-star Michelin restaurant attached to the exclusive Merrion Hotel, has initiated proceedings against compatriot Olivier Quenet.

In the 1990s, Quenet worked in the fine dining establishment and also as a pastry chef in the now closed Les Freres Jacques restaurant on Dame Street before...

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