Fabrice Huet Named Executive Chef at St. Regis Princeville

Foodies have a new reason to head to Kauai: The St. Regis Princeville Resort has named Fabrice Huet as Executive Chef. Huet will lead a staff of 57 kitchen professionals and oversee the resort's culinary operation.

As Executive Chef, Huet will also direct the menu development of the resort's four restaurants, including the Makana Terrace, The St. Regis Bar, Nalu Kai Bar & Grill and the resort's signature restaurant, Kauai Grill, which offers the cuisine of internationally acclaimed Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
 
Chef Huet's career includes a decade with Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts in various locations throughout the world, most recently as the Executive Chef at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay and The Lodge at Koele where he oversaw management of all dining outlets and offsite catering operations. He has also previously worked at the Four Seasons Hualālai on the Big Island of Hawaii and the Four Seasons Terre Blanche in Provence, France.

He has also worked for Ritz Carlton properties in the US, China, Korea, Japan and Spain over the span of nine years. He speaks several languages including French, English, Spanish, Korean and Mandarin.

In 2000, Chef Huet also owned The Santa Barbara Authentique in California that was voted the Best French Restaurant by Julia Child.

Chef Huet is a graduate of the College St. Croix, in Orleans, France, and received his formal culinary training at Les Chaises in Chartres, France. He then apprenticed at the two-Michelin Star Relais-Chateau La Panetière.

For more information about cuisine on Kauai, visit www.stregisprinceville.com.

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