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Chef Talk

"I love those little touches, using my background in fine dining, high-end places and applying those techniques to this food."

Street food reinvented: Chef Brian Lhee talks Yusho

June 10th, 2015

"I love those little touches, using my background in fine dining, high-end places and applying those techniques to this food."

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  • The empire-building chef and restaurateur just opened his new classic French brasserie at Aria.

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  • "This is the entertainment business, but for us what the customer will get still matters the most."

  • Between New York and Las Vegas, Neve has opened five different restaurants for the B&B empire.

  • This well-traveled chef runs the show at Planet Hollywood's PBR Rock Bar & Grill.

  • The chef closed his landmark Fleur de Lys restaurant in San Francisco earlier this year.

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  • The award-winning pizza maker is getting set to expand his presence in Las Vegas.

  • "The specials are my area to play around and try new things."

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