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Best Michelin Star Recipes That You Could Ask For From Your Private Chef

Many perks come with having your very own in-house chef. Of course, the main being able to eat whatever you want, whenever you want. 

If you want to experience fine dining from the luxury of your home, we’ve put together a list of Michelin-star recipes that your private chef can recreate for you.

Nobus Black Cod

If you’re lucky enough to have a private chef, you won’t need to travel to places like Nobu to taste the famous flavours of their signature dish, Black Cod. Bring the taste of Nobu into your own home with this famous-among-celebrities recipe. Have your very own Chef become Nobuyuki Matsuhisa himself, all in the comfort of your own home.

A Tortilla Española

A tortilla Española, also known as a Spanish omelette, is the perfect breakfast option when you want something a little more special than your standard omelette. Chef David Shim from Manhattan often prepares this dish when he wants something quick and filling (and not to mention tasty). Preparation and baking take 15-20 minutes and uses a few ingredients; eggs, potatoes and bell peppers. Chef Shim usually tops it with cheese or reduced tomato sauce. However, you could ask your Chef to add any extra ingredients you want to make it a little more suited to your taste.


Caviar-Wagyu, a recipe created by Chef Eric Ripert, heading the kitchen in one of the most well-known names in the food industry for over 20 years, Le Bernardin which holds three Michelin stars and four stars from The New York Times. Made with ​​with wagyu beef, langoustine and Osetra caviar tartare, black pepper-vodka crème fraîche, and pommes gaufrettes. This is a dish you’ll want your private chef to make time and time again.

Beef Wellington

The famous Beef Wellington, and the signature dish of Gordon Ramsay, is the ultimate comfort food. Your private chef could put this together for your evening meal when those cooler autumn evenings come rolling in. In essence, a Beef Wellington is pastry filled with extremely rich goodness; a package of filet mignon covered in whole-grain mustard and layers of prosciutto, pulverised mushrooms, a herbed crepe, and puff pastry.

Duck & Waffle

Duck & Waffle’s signature dish – Duck & Waffle was what the restaurant was named after and has been popular in this establishment for over a decade. The crispy on the outside but fluffy on the inside waffle, duck egg, duck leg and drizzling of Canadian maple syrup make up this mouthwatering meal. It’s a must-have recipe for your private chef to tackle, especially if you haven’t experienced this combination of flavours.


Having a private chef as a part of your household staff is essential. Make use of their culinary expertise and try recommended meals, your personal favourites and even those fine dining recipes that you can’t get enough of in your most-visited restaurants.