We had the good fortune of connecting with Jeremy Moscovici and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Jeremy, do you have a favorite quote or affirmation?
“Take the risk or lose the chance”
This quote really illustrates the decision my wife and I made to try our luck in the US. We had a nice stability in Paris, jobs we liked, our habits, our landmarks, our loved ones. But the time had come to say “Yes, but then what?
We felt like making new choices, difficult choices, sometimes uncomfortable, but choices that make you come alive. Nothing to lose, everything to gain.
What should our readers know about your business?
At 34 years old, I have already spent 15 years in the restaurant business… So you readily believe me when I say that cooking is a real passion. Freshly arrived in Florida, I offer my services as a Private Chef to realize all your gastronomic desires. Having become a Chef in Paris at only 19 years old, and always looking for a challenge, I chose to confront my creativity, my strength, to the ways of cooking abroad. I flew to London, then to Tokyo and Tahiti. Back in France in 2013, I took charge of a hotel-restaurant in Normandy, which was awarded a Michelin Guide prize, and then returned to Paris where I managed a restaurant.
In January 2015, I made a name for myself during my appearance on the TV show “TOP CHEF”, which led to the opening of an ephemeral restaurant during the Cannes Film Festival, which was also voted “Best table of the festival” that year.
It is especially from this moment that my career has known a new aspect in which I will reveal myself: the services as Private Chef. Sometimes on a regular basis with families for many years, sometimes on a more occasional basis with great names from the world of sports, cinema, or politics.
My culinary signature? A creativity nourished by the cultures in which I have immersed myself.
My key word behind the stove? Creation. Always creating, always surprising. Only my risotto with black “venere” rice and truffle parmesan cream is timeless. And when you taste it, you know why…
Never satisfied, always animated, my leitmotiv is to surprise and surpass myself.
Moving to Miami, and more specifically to Coral Gables, is the logical continuation of my adventures and culinary challenges! I am preparing for a new chapter in my life, in keeping with the trust placed in it by the United States and accompanied by my 3 greatest strengths: my family, my talent for cooking and my desire to please you.
Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
We love to go to Morgans Restaurant in Wynwood. A super place to brunch.
Quality is here! Professional deformation and habits, but I love shopping at Wholefoods. The products are beautiful, diverse and sometimes original. There is something for everyone and I love it! I love showing this store to those who never entered the place!
Of course, a cocktail on Ocean Drive is a must go. Pastries from Bachour and bread from Le Pain Quotidien are the best French replicas I found till now !
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
First of all, my mother who passed on to me her love for a generous and sharing cuisine. My wife for her support, her stability and her intelligence. She is a real asset in my personal and professional life.
My son who gives me the desire to surpass myself more and more.
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