“Open kitchen”, a trendy chef for the new “cooking pot” look of France 3


The candidates - markers or winners - of "Top Chef", the culinary competition of M6, generally end up publishing a book, opening a restaurant (when they are not already at the head of their own business) and/or running a food channel on YouTube or a TV show.

This is what happened to Mory Sacko: the candidate for season 11 (2020), eliminated in the tenth week, former second to Thierry Marx at the Parisian palace the Mandarin Oriental, opened his own restaurant, MoSuke, in Paris in the 14th arrondissement, despite the crisis and health restrictions.

In January, the Michelin Guide awarded him a star, saluting, in the cuisine offered by Mory Sacko, "the reference to his Malian and Senegalese roots, his fascination with the land of the Rising Sun and, of course, his passion for French gastronomy.and its techniques.”But this star made some teeth cringe, including those of François-Régis Gaudry, for example.

The host of “On va deguster”, on France Inter, of “Très Très bon”, on Paris Première, and also, since 2020, of the second part of “Top Chef”, “Les grands duels”, with Stéphane Rotenberg, did not hide his annoyance at seeing such a young chef rewarded, whose house had only been open for a very short time, while the veteran Jean-François Trap lost one of his stars.did not prevent Mory Sacko from continuing its momentum, with a new program, “Open kitchen”, offered by France 3 on Saturdays at 8:25 pm.

Posted Date: 2021-03-15

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