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1 October 2021
We sit down with celebrated chef Daniel Humm to discuss the challenges of navigating the pandemic and the future of the restaurant industry. Plus: can good design help to solve the world’s food problems?
1 October 2021
Swiss chef Daniel Humm is one of the biggest names in contemporary fine dining and is best known for three-Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park in New York and London’s Davies and Brook. With both sites now back open, we catch up with Humm to discuss the challenges of the past 18 months and the future of the restaurant industry.
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