Who Is Ludo Lefebvre From “Selena + Chef” Season 4?

The fourth season of the fan-favorite cookery program Selena + Chef will premiere on August 18. The culinary program returns with many cooking sessions for Selena Gomez, who will be assisted by a world-class chef. Ludovic Lefebvre, a Michelin-starred French chef, restaurateur, author, and television personality, is one of the featured chefs.

Season 4 will feature the Emmy-winning singer Gomez visiting Malibu with her friends and family for a summer vacation, where she will receive culinary training from the world’s best chefs such as Adrienne Cheatham, Devonn Francis, Gordon Ramsay, Kristen Kish, Ludo Lefebvre, Matty Matheson, Nick DiGiovanni, Paola Velez, Priya Krishna, and Rachael Ray.

According to the show’s official synopsis:

“SELENA + CHEF has returned! Selena goes to the beach with her friends and family this time for some summer fun. Season four takes place at a stunning Malibu beach home, where Selena will continue to learn the delights of cooking from celebrity chefs.”

Chef Ludovic Lefebvre of Selena has 12 years of experience.

Ludovic Lefebvre, a world-renowned chef, spent 12 years in France studying under masters of French cuisine such as Alain Passard, Pierre Gagnaire, Marc Meneau, and Guy Martin. Following his studies in France, Lefebvre began working at fine-dining establishments such as L’Orangerie and, eventually, Bastide. He came up with his own recipes, such as Poularde marinated in Pepsi-Cola with popcorn and Panna Cotta with caviar in a salted-butter caramel sauce. In fact, he received the renowned Mobil Travel Guide Five Star Award in 1999, 2000, and 2006 in the two restaurants where he worked.

Ludo Lefebvre

Soon after, while the Bastide restaurant closed for renovations, he devised the unique dining experience known as LudoBites, which was eventually called a “transforming moment” in the Los Angeles culinary scene by LA Weekly’s Pulitzer Prize-winning reviewer Jonathan Gold. Furthermore, the Selena + Chef’s featured star introduced the notion of ‘fried chicken to the streets of Los Angeles in 2010 by creating his food truck, LudoTruck.

Following this, Ludo established Trois Mec, a casual fine-dining restaurant, and Petit Trois, which was nominated by James Beard in 2014. In addition, in October 2015, he debuted Trois Familia, his first brunch-only concept in Silverlake, CA.

Relais & Chateaux named Lefebvre one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Chefs,” and he was a James Beard Award nominee for “Rising Star Chef,” “Best Chef West,” and “Best Culinary Program” for presenting Mind of Chef. Ludo Lefebvre has also published two volumes, LudoBites: Recipes and Stories from Ludo Lefebvre’s Pop-Up Restaurants and Crave: The Feast of the Five Senses, and has been in three seasons of ABC’s popular culinary competition, The Taste.

Ludo Lefebvre

In addition, Lefebvre has been on many television shows, including Iron Chef America, Top Chef Masters, Hell’s Kitchen, Ludo Bites America on the Sundance Channel and The Taste with Anthony Bourdain. The debut of the new episode will take place on HBOMax on August 18.

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