50 years in the industry, 15 restaurants and 1,800 employees. But who’s counting, right? For Michelin-starred chef Pierre Gagnaire, the path to success wasn’t always smooth. But his experiences helped him learn a crucial lesson: trust your gut instinct. And to be able to do that, he reminds us, you’ll need a whole army of people alongside you.
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