Looking for a culinary experience worthy of four stars? Celebrated chefs aren’t hard to find in San Diego. Sampling the cuisine from these culinary superstar will leave no doubt that San Diego is a top-notch epicurean destination.
A landmark in La Jolla for more than 70 years, the Marine Room may be just as famous for its notable chef as for of its spectacular surfside views. Chef Bernard Guillas was recently inducted into the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France. Induction into the exclusive group places Guillas among iconic chefs such as Paul Bocuse, Eric Ripert and Fernand Mischler; Guillas is the only chef in San Diego to join the ranks of the 204 Master Chefs from around the world.
As San Diego’s only Five Diamond restaurant, Addison exudes culinary decadence from the moment you step through the majestic doors of The Grand Del Mar resort where the restaurant is located. Their tasting menus created by Chef William Bradley present course after course of delicious gems. Chef Bradley’s accolades include semifinalist for a 2010 James Beard Foundation award and Grand Chef designation by Relais & Château.
The La Valencia Hotel decorates the La Jolla landscape with its rosy pink façade, but the San Diego culinary scene is brimming with excitement about decorated chef Jason McLeod. The talented chef recently returned to San Diego from Chicago, where he was awarded two Michelin stars. Chef McLeod is using his culinary chops to design a new, fresh menu for La Valencia’s landmark Mediterranean Room.