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Marc Thuet
Born 1963
Alsace, France
Cooking style French
Education Lycée Hotelier in Strasbourg, France
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Marc Thuet (born 1963) is a chef based in Toronto, Canada. Born in Alsace, France, he is a fourth-generation chef who began his apprenticeship in his uncle’s restaurant at age twelve. He received his formal training at the Lycée Hotelier in Strasbourg, France.[1] Marc is currently starring in a docu-reality TV series called Conviction Kitchen in which he trains 12 ex-cons to run his restaurant.[2]

During his early professional years, Marc worked in two and three star Michelin restaurants and hotels across Europe, including London’s Dorchester under the tutelage of chef Anton Mosimann.

Marc Thuet has headed the kitchen or been owner in many of Toronto's restaurants and has expanded by opening a series of retail shops and a wholesale bakery.[3]

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Work History

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  • 2009 – Present: Conviction Restaurant – Toronto, Chef & Co-owner
  • 2008 – Present: Petite Thuet – Toronto, Chef & Co-owner
  • 2007 – Present: Atelier Thuet - Toronto, Chef & Co-owner
  • 2008 – 2009: Bite Me! – Toronto, Chef & Co-owner
  • 2005 – 2008: Bistro & Bakery Thuet – Toronto, Chef & Co-owner
  • 2004 – 2004: Rosewater Supper Club - Toronto, Consulting Chef
  • 2002 – 2004: The Fifth - Toronto, Executive Chef
  • 1993 – 2002: Centro - Toronto, Co-owner, Executive Chef
  • 1989 – 1993: Centro - Toronto, Sous Chef
  • 1986 – 1989: Windsor Arms Hotel Courtyard Café; Three Small Rooms – Toronto, Executive Sous Chef
  • 1984 – 1985: Harbour Castle Hilton – Toronto, Chef de Partie
  • 1982 – 1983: The Dorchester Terrace Dining Room - London (England), Apprentice/Commis

Education

  • Restaurant Management, École Hôtelière, Strasbourg (France) (1980)

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