It would seem that American celebrity chef Todd English agrees.
Having launched his Mediterranean concept restaurant Todd English’s Olives at the village a number of years ago.
In 2005 he was a judge on the PBS show Cooking Under Fire.
His life and career received a chapter in Super Chef by Juliette Rossant who had written previously about English for the Forbes Celebrity 100 list.
A.’s The Line Hotel, or Bobby Flay’s kale “paella” at his new Noho restaurant, Gato, no celebrity chef has made headlines like Todd English, who was caught cavorting in a hot tub a few months back.
Page Six, The New York Post’s gossip page, took at least three opportunities to publish it: “Star chef’s recipe for fun?
Apparently intent on keeping her feud with the famous foodie alive, Wang was scheduled to be on the "Today" show this morning. But English disappeared several days before the wedding, finally calling Wang the day of the ceremony to cancel.
One friend told us he warned English that the volatile relationship could put his business empire in jeopardy.
Their romance is over, but the public relations war between Todd English and Erica Wang has just begun.
A day after English told us he'd been beaten up by his former fiancee, Wang called us and read a one-sentence statement.
The restaurant is significant in the fact that it’s one of the few celebrity chef owned restaurants in the UAE, where the chef is actively involved.
Aside from Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen (which turned one last month) and Nathan Oulaw’s excessively priced Al Mahara at the Burj Al Arab.