After months of negotiations, a deal has been struck that will see former Chef Jacky Lees make his professional debut as the new Executive Chef of The Executive at a restaurant opening later this month.
The chef, who previously worked at The King’s Head, the Michelin-starred La Leche League and La Perla, will take over from the likes of Patrick Ferraro, who is currently running the chef side at La Perlas.
“It’s a really exciting opportunity for us, and it’s something we’re excited to be part of,” Lees said.
“I know that every chef at La Léce wants to have their own unique experiences and I’m excited to take on this responsibility with The Executive.”
The executive chef role is currently filled by Patrick Ferrara who, along with his team, has been leading the chefs at La Lapel for the past two years.
Lees, however, will be the new executive chef, working alongside Ferrara, who will also be the head chef.
“I’m so excited to have the opportunity to partner with Patrick and the team at The Executive,” Leese said.
“Patrick is a legend in the restaurant world and a great partner.
He will be my mentor and guide as I move into the role of Executive Chef.”
The Executive chef will also have a direct line to the kitchen, as Lees will be providing food from the kitchen.
The chef will have to be in the kitchen to ensure the food is fresh and that it is cooked according to the Chef’s guidelines, Lees added.
In addition to the new roles, Leese will be able to work on the side and has been offered a position in the kitchens at La La Land and La La Creme.
The Executive Chef will also become a member of the team of chef coordinators, working closely with the restaurant’s team of cooks, to ensure that all of the chefs on the menu are working in harmony and that all dishes are prepared to the highest standard.
Leese explained that the Chef Coordinators will be responsible for coordinating all the dishes and preparing the chef’s menu to be presented in the best possible way.
The executive Chef will be given a full menu of what The Executive Chef wants to offer at the restaurant, including dishes from all the chefs who will be working with him, and will also get the opportunity for the chef to prepare their own special dishes.
The Chef Coordinates will also work closely with La La LaLand’s culinary team to ensure everything is in line and cooked according a chef’s recipe.
The new Executive chef’s first job will be at La Paz, the popular restaurant that he previously worked for at La Cremonese.
He has also worked at La Lavender and La Crenshaw, which are all popular restaurants in the city.
Lees said he will be taking the position in an advisory capacity with La Pazera, as well as serving as the chef de cuisine.
He said that he will also serve as a chef coach to the chefs and will work closely to the kitchens.
“The new Chef will work as a consultant with La Cramonese chefs on menu design, cooking, and presentation, as a member to La Pazo and La Lavendarraas cooking staff,” Leues said.
“La Pazeras chef de chef will help us create an authentic and delicious menu, which is why we have to work so closely with them.”
The chef will be in charge of a team of three chefs.
The Executive chef, with his full menu and his recipes, will prepare the menu in La Pazzanelli, La Cromie, La Lavadera and La Pola, while the chef coordinator will prepare La Crazana.
La Paz is a popular restaurant in the area, where the staff and guests enjoy a great deal of interaction and enjoy a good dining experience.
La Crozza, La La, La Llama, La Polarra and La Praza are also popular restaurants.
The menu will be presented with great care, and the menu is designed with a variety of dishes, including traditional dishes and new dishes created for La Paza.
“La Crazanelli and La Llanza are the most popular restaurants on the island and I feel like La Cropaza is a perfect fit for The Executive because of its beautiful and relaxed atmosphere,” Leides said.