About Chef Ludo
Chef Ludo Lefebvre is one of the most influential chefs in Los Angeles dining, pioneering and revolutionizing the culinary industry. After training in France for 12 years with prestigious chefs, Ludo came to Los Angeles and was quickly awarded the prestigious Mobil Travel Guide Five Star Award at two different restaurants, L’Orangerie in 1999 and 2000, and Bastide in 2006. He then went to challenge the definition of what a restaurant is by creating his uber-popular LudoBites concept, a multi-city restaurant tour.
Ludo now carries the flag for "refined"dining in Los Angeles with his restaurant Trois Mec, which has been named on both Esquire and GQ Magazines list of Best New Restaurants and topped the list for both Los Angeles Magazine and LA Weekly. Additionally, Trois Mec earned the top spot on Food & Wine Magazine's Best Restaurant Dishes of the Year for 2013.
In July 2014, Ludo opened his new "Bar-a-la-carte" concept, Petit Trois. Ludo has been named one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Chefs” by Relais & Chateaux and was nominated by the James Beard Foundation for a “Rising Star Chef” Award.
Ludo has also starred in the first two seasons of ABC's hit cooking competition show, The Taste, and will be returning for the third season, currently in production.